OutLaw presents LGBT Issues In The Law Week: Objectives of the Bisexual Majority of LGBTQ
with JOHN SYLLA, President, The American Institute of Bisexuality and Class of 1974 Lecturer in Law
John R. Sylla is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and LGBTQ advocate based in California. He currently serves as President of the American Institute of Bisexuality, an organization that encourages, supports and assists research on and education about bisexuality through programs likely to enhance the publics' knowledge, awareness, and understanding of bisexuality. The AIB is also home to the Journal of Bisexuality and BiMagazine.
Sylla currently serves at the Class of 1974 Lecturer in Law at the Law School and as an adjunct professor at the Booth School of Business. He has also guest lectured at the South Western University of Finance and Economics in Chengdu, People's Republic of China. Sylla received his A.B. in engineering and applied sciences from Harvard University, and his J.D.-M.B.A. degrees with honors from the University of Chicago. He has previously served on the Visiting Committee of the Law School. He now acts as an entrepreneur, starting, growing, and selling companies in telecommunications, wireless, consumer products, education, and energy.
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