Abe Browne is a senior at the University of Maryland studying Operations Management and Business Analytics and Global Innovation and Sustainability. He has been involved with various programs on campus including the First Year Innovation and Research Experience program, the Quality Enhancement, Systems and Teams Honors program, the University Honors program, and the Global and Federal Fellows Program. Abe has also been fortunate enough to hold various leadership positions in the Smith Business School's Dean Student Advisory Council; the TAMID Group, a consulting club working with international startups primarily based in Tel Aviv; and One For The World, an organization working to end global poverty through its 1% pledge.

In the past, Abe has worked with UMD's Student Organization Resource Center and Dining Services to streamline their processes and make their operations more efficient. Additionally, he has held internships as a data analyst intern for Sophaya and as a management intern for Capital One. But his most impactful experience came from his role as a camp counselor for 3 summers.

Abe is originally from Long Island, New York and when he is not working, he enjoys hiking, playing sports, and listening to music. He also loves to cook and would love to hear about any new recipes or tips in the kitchen!