Abraham is a junior at Ohio State majoring in strategic communications, with a concentration in advertising and marketing. This upcoming semester, he'll be a campus rep for the New York Times. So, how was he able to score this awesome rep opportunity? Abe is a self-starter and knows how to differentiate himself from the crowd. He is a founding father of Sigma Alpha Mu, a new chapter of the social fraternity on Ohio State's campus and helped drive new membership to reach over 110 brothers. Plus, he's very active in philanthropy. For many years, Abe has been working to raise awareness and fundraise for MS - an issue that hits him close to home.
Abe's best advice for students, "If you want to success you need to open doors for yourself. Hustle for what you want. Even if you don't end up achieving exactly what you had set out for, you'll end successful in your own, new ways."