B.A. degree in political communication, The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs
Gabriella Morrone is the communications specialist for the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. In her role, Gabriella works with various team members at Eagleton to create an overall communication strategy that promotes the institute’s mission and engages the Rutgers community, academia, elected officials, the public, and the media with Eagleton’s work.
Prior to joining the Eagleton Institute, Morrone was the deputy campaign manager for Congressman Chris Smith’s 2018 re-election campaign in New Jersey’s Fourth Congressional District. She managed the campaign’s digital operation and also took a senior-level role in developing and implementing the campaign’s political strategy.
Previously, Morrone was an account executive at Black Rock Group, where she assisted in creating and implementing successful public relations and public affairs plans for Fortune 100 companies, multi-stakeholder coalitions, national trade associations, and public figures.
Morrone earned a Bachelor’s Degree in political communication from The George Washington University’s School of Media and Public Affairs. During her time in college, she completed various political internships, including: The Office of the Speaker Paul D. Ryan and the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland.