Gabriel Stempinski is the CEO of New Leaf Consulting, a Management Consulting firm which specializes in strategic transformation initiatives and tactical alignment post M&A for Fortune 500 clients. Prior to founding New Leaf, he was a program lead for RCI, responsible for auditing $7 billion of military contracts for Waste Fraud and Abuse during the War in Iraq. Prior to that Gabriel, served in the Reactor Laboratories division aboard the USS Enterprise. He is additionally an authority on the Sharing Economy and the Co-Author of a leading book on the topic: "It's a Shareable Life." He additionally invests in and advises startups in the Collaborative Consumption/Sharing Economy space.
Gabriel is an alumnus (Class of '99) of the Claremont JSA chapter from Claremont California and re-engaged with Junior State of America in 2012 as a volunteer teaching debate workshops at the Northern California Fall State. Shortly before being asked to join the board in 2015 he led a group of JSA students in the design, building, and launch of JSA’s first ever mobile application for conferences. He is passionate about fostering a spirit of activism and volunteerism within the community.