Lecturer in Professional Studies
Gabriel Amor has overseen numerous postbaccalaureate programs at Columbia SPS, including four business-related offerings and five certificates that prepare students for graduate study.
While at Columbia SPS, Gabriel has taught Strategic Communication Management, a foundational course in the Master of Science in Strategic Communication, and Delivering the Strategic Message and the Business Practicum in the Advanced Graduate Certificate in Business. He has also taught courses on Instructional Technology; The First Year Experience; and Hatha Yoga at universities in the New York City area, and is a certified trainer in Situational Leadership I & II and Achieving Extraordinary Results.
Gabriel has worked at or with major corporations, including American Express, McGraw-Hill, Ogilvy & Mather, and First Data Corp., running learning programs in over twenty countries, consulting on sales and marketing strategies, and managing communications efforts for domestic and global partners.
Gabriel was the recipient of a 2016 PEN Heim Translation Grant Fund for his work on Juana I. He has had three major literary translations published in the United States and has produced and performed his own work in collaboration with other artists at such venues as The Poetry Foundation (Chicago) and the King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (New York University). He was also a producer for the Emmy-nominated The Woman Who Wasn't There.