Gabriel counsels clients on a wide variety of strategic business matters pivotal to their long term success. He guides C-suite leaders on matters ranging from regulatory and legislative affairs to tactical planning, to help them dexterously address legal issues affecting their organizations. 

Employing his experience in healthcare and human services and his background working in governmental and nonprofit settings, Gabriel’s efforts touch on the overlaying elements among legislative, regulatory and compliance issues critical to navigating today’s complex business environment. 

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  • An Interview with Gabriel Oberfield, Health Care, Legally Bond Podcast, November 15, 2021
  • Public testimony, Policy Roundtable, before N.Y. State Sen. Liz Krueger
  • Public testimony, The Long Term Care Sector’s Emergency Preparedness and COVID-19, New York City Council
  • Founder of nationally recognized annual conferences and stakeholder exercises on emergency preparedness
  • The Future of Long Term Care from the Not-for-Profit Perspective, New York City Bar Association
  • “It’s Your Call” Workplace Violence Prevention and Intervention Replication, LeadingAge Annual Conference

  • New York Healthcare Cyber Alliance, Co-Chairman, 2020-present
    • Appointed by Governor’s office to design cross-sectional cybersecurity strategies for potentially vulnerable healthcare and human services providers, including those in post-acute and in community based settings
  • The Fortune Society, 2011-present
    • Served for eight years on executive committee of $30+ million organization; created and chaired policy and advocacy committee; prompted justice policy reform through oversight of strategies that changed correctional and employment practice.