Following graduation, Gabriel worked for Anderson DeBartolo Pan (ADP) in Tucson a year, then returned home to Peru. In Lima, He worked in architecture with a high school buddy, though during his final year at CAPLA, Gabriel had already decided to get a business degree. Returning to the US in 1985, Gabriel earned an international management degree at Thunderbird in Glendale. Following completion of his degree, he worked as a project manager for several companies, first in Phoenix and then Los Angeles. Gabriel started a family, had two children, and moved back to Lima in 1994. Receiving his business degree and his move to back to Peru changed his career path significantly, as he was the CEP of several service companies, the last one involving corporate health servides. Through his business experience, Gabriel's corporate roles frequently involved applying his expertise in architecture. Gabriel explains, an educational base, his degree in architecture helped him greatly in many successful business decisions.