Gaby Báez produces the education department’s ticketing and registration systems. By collecting and analyzing data, Gaby contributes to efforts that support proper utilization and growth of data-driven initiatives for the department.
Before joining Oklahoma Contemporary, Gaby completed her master’s degree in the History of Science, writing and researching Nahua technologies in what is now called Mexico. Prior to that, she was the Latinx outreach coordinator for the admissions department at Oklahoma City Community College, where she worked with students, families and teachers in college preparation, scholarship, financial aid and admissions processes.
Gaby grew up transnationally between Alva, Okla. and Morelos, Mexico. She holds two master’s degrees, the History of Science from Harvard University and History from the University of Oklahoma. Having received awards and funding for her writing and research, Gaby has written about the histories of parteras in 18th century Mexico and Indigenous (Nahua) technologies of geographical record keeping in the 16th century. Caring about the relationships between art, history, land and liberation, Gaby is excited to share her knowledge and experiences with Oklahoma Contemporary in multidimensional ways.
Email: education (at) okcontemp.org
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