Gabriela Milian
Gabriela Milian joined the ABC7 team as a community journalist in 2019. She previously worked as a storyteller at an experimental project for the E.W. Scripps company in Fort Myers, FL called Hello SWFL. Before that she was a news assistant at CNN's New York Bureau at the breaking news desk.

Born in New York, and raised all across the United States in a military family, Gabriela grew a love for travel and good storytelling. She hopes to continue polishing her craft in both English and Spanish-speaking communities as a storyteller.

Gabriela also enjoys looking for the best tacos in town, and spending time outdoors as much as possible.

She is a Rutgers University graduate, where she majored in journalism and Spanish. Gabriela is currently finishing her master's thesis at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and hopes to turn her thesis into a book.

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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Gabriela Milian
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Gabriela's Stories
San Fernando Valley nonprofit cleans up trash one trail at a time
Trail Mothers is a group banding together cleaning up trash on trails all across Los Angeles.
Pacoima City Hall honors those who've passed from COVID-19 for Dia de los Muertos
This year at Pacoima City Hall, Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez's office is honoring those who have passed on from COVID-19.
How is a new Supreme Court Justice appointed?
When there's an opening in the Supreme Court for a new judge, it is up to the president of the United States to nominate a candidate.
CSUN's 'Project Rebound' helps people with criminal records get college degrees
CSUN's program Project Rebound helps people with criminal records get an education at universities in California.
Community puts together a luncheon for police officers in Northridge
A Northridge resident who wanted to show her support for the local law enforcement gathered her community for a special luncheon.
How the Rollettes dance team brings inclusion to those with disabilities
The Rollettes dance team has had plans interrupted during COVID, but say they will continue to practice until they can return to performing around the world.
Safe Halloween science ideas during COVID
Mad Science Los Angeles, based in Sylmar, has educational activities for children and is gearing up for a Halloween event.
Epic Tacos in Pacoima pivoted during COVID to continue serving community
When Pacoima residents Sandra and Edgar Ruiz started their food truck Epic Tacos in 2016 they were only catering and doing events or festivals, but the pandemic has forced them to adjust.
El Cocinero brings vegan Mexican food to Van Nuys
While finding vegan options in Los Angeles isn't the most difficult thing to do, it can be a bit more challenging in the San Fernando Valley.
Sewing business in North Hills thrives as people pick up hobby during pandemic
Ever since the coronavirus pandemic started, the owner of Sewing Machine Warehouse said the hobby is on the rise.