Abraham earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science, specializing in International Relations, and a minor in French from the University of Puerto Rico. Abraham transitioned to the healthcare industry, assuming an executive position at Pavia Health, Inc., a prominent healthcare provider in Puerto Rico and the Southeastern United States. He served as the Executive Vice President of Pavia Health for ten years. Later, he relocated to Spain with his family and founded the European Christian Life Academy (ECLA).