All Places is a business and legal strategy firm seeking to create a more equitable world by actively helping women from all backgrounds and industries grow their business without limits. We walk with women founders through every stage of development: conceiving their entrepreneurial aspirations, locking down funding, launching their businesses, and plotting exceptional growth.
Founder + CEO
Jessie Gabriel is the founder of All Places, a champion for women, and a prominent voice on the role of capital ownership and control in achieving gender equity. Raised by a single working mother in Southern California, Jessie's success came with a deep appreciation of how gender norms and unequal access to capital contribute to a systemic lack of opportunities for women-identifying entrepreneurs and executives.
Jessie’s vision and passionate advocacy are fueled by the desire to create true change. All Places is the culmination of her expertise and ethos, a space for women to formulate businesses of all kinds, receive trusted legal and strategic guidance, and ultimately cultivate long-term financial success.
Jessie started her career in economics, working first at a consulting firm before moving to a major think tank. As a lawyer, she has worked at some of the country’s most prestigious firms, including Cravath, Swaine & Moore, and BakerHostetler, where she was the youngest woman to lead her own team and launched the firm’s Investment Funds practice. Her clients have ranged from Fortune 10 companies to trailblazing pre-seed startups and have included numerous women-founded private equity, venture capital, and hedge funds.
Jessie received her B.A. in economics from Dartmouth College and her J.D. cum laude from the University of Michigan Law School, where she was elected to the Order of the Coif, won the Campbell Moot Court Competition and served as Executive Editor of the Michigan Journal of Race and Law.