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Blind LGBT Pride Congratulates Gabriel Lopez-Kafati for Obtaining His MBA


Contact: Will Burley

Company: Blind LGBT Pride International

Address: 5010 Echo Lane, Unit A

Los Angeles, CA

Phone: (832) 779-1729




Blind LGBT Pride Congratulates Gabriel Lopez-Kafati for Obtaining His MBA


Los Angeles, CA – Gabriel Lopez-Kafati graduated with a Master in Business Administration (MBA) with a concentration in Management, from the Andreas School of Business at Barry University in May of this year.


The faculty and staff of the Andreas School of Business selected Gabriel to speak to his graduating MBA class due to his achievement within the degree program and his volunteer efforts outside the classroom. Gabriel has also obtained membership in Beta Gamma Sigma – the international honor society for collegiate schools of business.


“Blind LGBT Pride International is very fortunate to have Gabriel among its members and as a part of the board of directors,” states Will Burley, vice president of the organization. “His talents will benefit Blind Pride as well as the American Council of the Blind (ACB) family as a whole.”


Founded in 1976, Barry University’s School of Business provides high-quality academic programs for undergraduate and graduate students in an inclusive and caring environment. They strive to maintain the most rigorous standards while providing an intimate setting that is dynamic and conducive to learning. The School of Business is accredited by AACSB – International (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), which has been described as the “gold standard of accreditation” for business schools. Their holistic approach to business education results in a challenging academic experience that stimulates you to grow and become a responsible business practitioner and leader. To learn more visit


Blind LGBT Pride International is a special interest affiliate of the American Council of the Blind. Its mission is to promote the equality and inclusion of LGBT people who are blind or vision impaired by providing its members and allies a forum to promote access to and integration into the LGBT communities as well as to provide a means of expression for the views and concerns of LGBT vision impaired persons in the broader society. To learn more please visit



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