Brian Abrams is originally from Northern New Jersey and has divided his time between school, New York Yankees baseball, local civic engagement, Scouts, and several leadership programs. He worked at Mount Allamuchy Scout Reservation for 10 summers, ending as the Camp Director in 1996. He attended the American Legion Jersey Boys’ State in 1990, and served on staff for several years afterward.
He attended Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia, and subsequently graduated with two degrees. While at Marymount he served as a Resident Assistant and Resident Director. After serving as the Director of St. Crispin’s Conference Center in Oklahoma, he returned to Virginia to serve as the Administrator of the Youth Apostles Institute, a position he held until joining the staff of Randolph-Macon Academy. He is a lifetime-committed member of Youth Apostles, a religious community of men who are youth ministers throughout the state of Virginia and beyond. His favorite ministry was working with college students at Virginia Tech and Franciscan University of Steubenville in Ohio. His ministry nowadays is as a confirmation teacher, lector, and singer.
A dedicated baseball fan, having played and coached, Mr. Abrams now spends his time in the press box as an announcer for district, region, and state tournaments.
Mr. Abrams is very happy to be back in a more interactive role with students and always looks forward to helping students realize their true potential as happy and confident members and leaders in their communities.
Mr. Abrams is the father of two sons
- M.Ed. in Secondary Education – Marymount University
- B.A. in History and Political Science – Marymount University