Gabriella Hoffman

Assistant Editor in Charge of Social Media and Outreach, Gabriella Hoffman (@gabby_hoffman) is a Political Science major and History minor at the University of California at San Diego.  Hoffman has served as the Outreach Director for The California Review.  She contributes the “Being Young, Conservative and Spicy” column at The Washington Times Communities, and has also had articles published on FoxNation and The College Fix.  Hoffman is an executive assistant for The Rick Amato Show and is a native of Coto de Caza, California.  She can be reached here.

Gabriella on TCC:

12.22.2011 :: Obama’s Beloved SEIU Fuels Violence Leading Up to 2012 Election

12.08.2011 :: Tim Tebow Should Terrify Moral Relativists

11.28.2011 :: Of Principle and Pragmatism: Why Conservatism Always Trumps Moderation

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