Gabriel Abaroa

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Gabriel Abaroa Jr. is the current president & CEO of the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (LARAS), which presents the Latin Grammy Awards. LARAS was established in 1997 and the first Latin Grammy Awards took place in 2000.

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Before joining the Latin Recording Academy, Abaroa had served as CEO of Wireless Latin Entertainment and IFPI Latin America. Prior to becoming President of the Academy he served as Vice-Chairman of the Latin Recording Academy's board of trustees. In March 2003 he became President of the Latin Recording Academy. In August 2010, Abaroa was promoted to President/CEO of the Academy. Abaroa is also a member of the National Council of La Raza and is a trustee of the Miami Symphony Orchestra. He also serves as a member of Enlace México. [1]

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Preceded by
Mauricio Abaroa
President of LARAS
2003 - Present
Succeeded by
Incumbent