Managing Director | Monitor Institute by Deloitte
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Gabriel is a managing director with Monitor Institute by Deloitte, and co-leads the Institute’s philanthropy consulting practice. He has spent more than two decades as a futurist, exploring the leading edge of philanthropic practice, and as a strategic advisor to many of the nation’s largest and most innovative funders.
He is an award winning author and has written numerous articles and monographs about the future of philanthropy, scenario planning, and social innovation, including An Event or An Era: Resources for Social Sector Decision-Making in the Context of COVID-19, What’s Next for Philanthropy, The Re-Emerging Art of Funding Innovation, What’s Next for Community Philanthropy, Reimagining Measurement, Intentional Innovation, Working Wikily: Social Change with a Network Mindset, and On the Brink of New Promise.
Prior to joining the Monitor Institute, he served as a program officer at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and a program manager at the Berkeley Community Fund.