Mr. Abraham has 35 years of nonprofit leadership experience; positions held in the past include teacher, high school principal, editor, legal counsel, communication director, crisis management expert for large non-profit, service coordinator and program director for people with disabilities. He has helped two local organizations serve people with disabilities, assisting one of these organizations to obtain license to serve as a Medicaid provider in the District of Columbia. He serves on the board of Child Impact International, a nonprofit sponsorship agency based in Collegedale, Tennessee, that supports school and college students in India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Myanmar, and Zambia.
In pursuit of his keen interest in the welfare of underprivileged children in third world nations, he assisted in the founding and registration of Restore A Child, a local charity in Maryland. As president of Frontline since 2009, he has led the agency to its present status as a major provider in the D.C., area, leading the way in innovative and successful strategies to improve and build the lives of many with various types and levels of intellectual and developmental disabilities.