Monica Abrams

Monica Abrams

Monica Abrams AB '95

Monica Abrams graduated with an AB summa cum laude from Harvard College (1995); was awarded a master’s degree in politics from Oxford University (1997), where she was a Rhodes Scholar; and earned a JD from Yale Law School (2000).

After Yale, Monica was a Clerk for Judge Robert D. Sack of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (2000-2001), and later worked for the Department of Justice Criminal Appellate Section (2001-2004).

Monica is a current board member of Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School, where she serves on the strategic planning committee and the endowment fund committee. Previously, she was a board member and Vice President of Charles E Smith Jewish Day School, and a board member of Congregation Beth El of Bethesda.

Monica and her husband, Gavin (H ’94), reside in Bethesda, MD, and have six children: Avi (Tisch/NYU’22), Jonah (H ’25), Zach, Daniela, Gabriel, and Eliana.