Learning & Impact Lead / Staff
Arianna leads Learning and Impact at Hopelab where she helps the organization build learning processes to inform programmatic decision making. In collaboration with Hopelab’s programmatic leaders, she stewards an equity-focused approach to measuring impact across the organization’s influence in impact investing, grant-making, advisory services, research, and field work. She earned her MSW and her MSPH with an emphasis in Maternal-Child Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a Bay Area native and is happy to be back raising her family in the community in which she grew up.
Content written by Arianna Taboada
Even today, research shows that overall, online spaces continue to be safer for LGBTQ+ youth than offline ones.
Let’s be honest: researchers and scientists are not the first people that come to mind when you hear the words agile, lean or scrappy.
Hopelab’s research lead, Arianna Taboada, discusses the importance of motherhood, social support, and maternal mental health.