Gabe co-founded PharmacyChecker in 2002, starting out as director of research and operations and serving for eight years as the company’s president until 2023. He continues to advise the company on matters relating to public policy and advocacy. PharmacyChecker evaluates online pharmacies for safety credentials and compares prescription drug prices, both domestic and international, empowering Americans and consumers worldwide with information that helps them afford prescription drugs. Gabe is a noted public advocate for prescription drug affordability in America, Internet freedom, and the United Nations. He has testified before Congress on issues relating to access to affordable medicines and Internet freedom, published an op-ed in the New York Times about online pharmacies and personal drug importation, and is the proud author of a chapter in an anthology called Hacking Politics about defeating the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA). Gabe is president emeritus of the United Nations Association Brooklyn Chapter. He is the recipient of the United Nations Association Molly Bruce Advocacy Award. He received his Masters in International Relations from American University and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations and Political Science from Roger Williams University. Gabe is currently pursuing a law degree at Brooklyn Law School.
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