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David Abraham

David AbrahamDavid A. Abraham ’08, ’09 is currently the project manager for GCubed Enterprises, Inc. and the Department of Defense (DoD) IT Project Manager at the Pentagon.

Abraham was the senior project manager at DRT Strategies in Arlington, Virginia. His client was the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). He worked for the Farm Service Agency (FSA) on the Acreage Crop Reporting Streamlining Initiative (ACRSI) project. He provided program development, management and oversight to support the ACRSI.

In his career, Abraham has had many rewarding experiences. Most recently, he received the 2016 Government Information and Technology Executive Council Award. Abraham has also received awards such as the Triumph Enterprises Synergy Award, Triumph Core Value Award and Triumph New Employee of the Year Award during his time at Triumph Enterprises in McLean, Virginia.

The advice that Abraham has for future students is: “Build a network and build your own personal brand. Attend career fairs and get your name out there. Use resources such as career services, career fairs and business symposiums. You have the benefit of going to a small school where you are not just a name and number. Take full advantage of that and get to know your professors and classmates.”

Attend David’s Sessions

Money Matters for Students & Young Professionals

This session focuses on fundamental financial practices and habits to better prepare students and working professionals for financial wellness and awareness. Attendees will learn about good debt vs. bad debt, the importance of budgeting and planning and how saving early can prove beneficial at any age. The session includes a presentation and a fully interactive group Q & A component. Real-life advice from real-life graduates.


Take Your Career From Status Quo to Status Go: The Shenandoah University MBA

MBA Program Director, Dr. Michael Magro gives an overview of Shenandoah University’s MBA program. A panel of three MBA graduates discuss the benefits and process of getting an MBA at the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business. Questions welcome.