Gabriela R. A. Doyle is a nonresident fellow with the Transatlantic Security Initiative in the Atlantic Council’s Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security. She was previously the initiative’s assistant director. She has supported a broad portfolio of publications and programming designed to fortify and modernize the transatlantic relationship. She also served as a columnist for the Georgetown Security Studies Review, notably analyzing the effects of COVID-19, Brexit, and racism on international security. Prior to joining the Atlantic Council, Doyle worked as a speechwriter and communications specialist at the World Bank and Fenway Strategies, as well as a speechwriting intern for then-Vice President Joe Biden. Doyle earned her master’s degree in National Security Studies with a concentration in Intelligence from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and is a Phi Beta Kappa alumna of Elon University and the Danish Institute for Study Abroad. A former student ambassador for People to People International and principal ballerina, Doyle is passionate about international security, travel, and the arts.