Gabriel Schillinger

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Gabriel Schillinger
Gabriel Schillinger, 2009.jpg
Time Magazine 2009
Born Gabriel Seth Schillinger
(1989-07-21) July 21, 1989 (age 27)
Palm Beach, FL
Residence Delray Beach, Florida
Nationality United States
Education Saint Andrew's School
Babson College
Occupation executive director, For Darfur, CEO Decade Worldwide, Co-founder BIM Networks

Gabriel Schillinger (born July 21, 1989) is a humanitarian activist and entrepreneur from Delray Beach, Florida. He was the co-founder and executive director of For Darfur. In 2009 Schillinger founded Decade Worldwide and BIM Networks.

Early childhood and education[edit]

Schillinger was born on July 21, 1989 in Delray Beach, Florida. His mother, Mary Lou Schillinger, worked as a physical therapist. His father Brent Schillinger, is a Board Certified Dermatologist in Palm Beach County, Florida.

He attended Saint Andrew's School in Boca Raton. At the age of 16, Schillinger co-founded For Darfur. He spent his summers traveling South America learning Spanish. Schillinger attended Babson College and New York University

For Darfur[edit]

Schillinger was able to produce and promote Kanye West's Glow in The Dark Tour at the AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami, Florida. The concert was an awareness and fund raising show. The concert was a success with a sellout crowd of 12,000 people and raised over $1,000,000 that went directly to Doctors Without Borders efforts in Darfur.[1]

Decade Worldwide[edit]

Schillinger co-founded Decade Worldwide. Schillinger was instrumental in pioneering the concept of a mixtape portal, allowing artists to release their mixtapes through a central branded website. Past releases for Decade, under Schillinger's leadership, include [2]

BIM Networks[edit]

Schillinger co-founded Buy It Mobility Networks, Inc in 2009, with Benjamin Bronfman. Edgar Bronfman Jr. is the Chairman on the company and board members include Robert Nardelli, Stephen Sadove. Schillinger successfully exited BIM in 2013.[3]

Weav[edit]

Schillinger worked with Lars Rasmussen[disambiguation needed] for the launch of Weav Music in 2016.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Horvath, Stephanie. "Student activists now top-notch fundraisers". The Sun Sentinel. 
  2. ^ Smith, David (April 6, 2014). "Decade Worldwide Officially Releases Wale More About Nothing Mixtape". PR World. 
  3. ^ Kadaster, Aydin. "BIM Networks". BIM. 

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