Flavia Grilli

After floundering her way through four different undergraduate programs in Brazilian colleges and experiencing deep existential angst at a job involving derivatives, Flavia Grilli finally found her safe haven at Gallatin. She is now a first year graduate student who is combining all her interdisciplinary mojo into studying the contemporary art market with a focus on globalization. She is also coming up with marketing and social media strategies for GAF’16. Most of her scarce free time is devoted to a parallel research project involving the wide variety of Oreos available at grocery stores in the Greater New York City area, her major finding so far being that Double Stuff is the most effective in providing high levels of immediate gratification to consumers. She also enjoys dog sitting at her apartment in Brooklyn and ruining her roommates’s jam sessions with her failed attempts at singing.