Don Abram, Program Manager, cultivates and stewards relationships with emerging Interfaith America partners. He earned a B.A. from Pomona College and an MDiv from Harvard Divinity School, both on full-tuition scholarship. Recently, he has worked as a qualitative researcher with Stanford University’s Poverty and Inequality Center and as an organizer with the Jaime Harrison for Senate campaign. At Interfaith America, Don manages the implementation of grantee programs and supports developing partnerships. Don began preaching at the age of 14 and his commitment to advancing the social good through interfaith cooperation has only grown. Outside of his professional life, Don enjoys traveling abroad and creating new memories with those whom he loves.