Gabrielle Fonrouge is a national correspondent and investigative reporter at the New York Post. Gabrielle has covered notable events such as mass shootings in Parkland, Florida and Sutherland Springs, Texas; the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany; Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the disappearance of Sherri Papini in Redding, California. Her investigative work into non-consensual photography, sex trafficking and the dumping of dredge spoils in the Long Island Sound has garnered her a series of awards through the New York Press Club and the New York Associated Press Association and has led to various legislation changes at the local and state level. Her work has appeared in VICE, Narratively, NPR, WSHU Public Radio and NY1 News. Gabrielle has a background in social justice, international affairs and global development and has considerable experience covering breaking news and crime.
Gabrielle has extensive film and editing expertise outside of her print and broadcast radio experience. In 2015, she traveled to Tirana, Albania and produced a documentary on transgender prostitutes. She previously produced a documentary on sex abuse and prostitution in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and her YouTube page has over 1 million views. Gabrielle has also completed video and research projects in Rome, Italy, the Morona-Santiago region of Ecuador, and San Juan and Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Outside of Gabrielle's work as a journalist and human rights advocate, she is also a creative writer specializing in creative non-fiction and poetry and is working on her first book.
Gabrielle is originally from Hollywood, Florida and currently resides in Brooklyn, New York