Senior Business Development Specialist
Gabriel is an experienced international business development strategist and project manager with more than eight years' experience in the United States government, and the NGO and private sectors in both Latin America and the US. He has extensive experience designing, winning, and implementing donor-funded projects and public-private-partnerships, including Global Development Alliances (GDAs), in public health and supply chain, economic growth, and natural resource management in sub-Saharan Africa, South/Southeast Asia, and Latin America. In that work, Gabriel applies a market systems approach and focuses on bringing together diverse stakeholder groups, facilitating collective problem-solving, and implementing by adapting, learning, and iterating.
He holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from the Fletcher School, Tufts University where he was a C.V. Starr Scholar for Humanitarian Studies and his writing on Cuba-US relations was published by Al Jazeera English and Mic.com. He also speaks Spanish.