Mary Abrahams joined Baylor University in November, 1997 and currently serves as Associate Director of the John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Program Director of the Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Center.
During her time with the Baugh Center, Ms. Abrahams has been actively involved with entrepreneurship study abroad programs. She directed and taught in the Knowledge Engineering Program, which was designed for Engineering and Computer Science students from Universiteit Maastricht in Maastricht, The Netherlands. She then worked with Baylor Engineering and Computer Science to take ECS and Business Students to Maastricht for a 6-week program. This program has now developed into the Baylor Business in Europe, which is an entrepreneurship-based study abroad program designed for students from all disciplines, visiting the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France and England. Moving away from the study abroad programs, Ms. Abrahams now provides oversight for the various programs that are part of the outreach activities of the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship.
In 2008, Ms. Abrahams worked on a team to create the Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Center and in 2009 became the Program Director of that group. She recruits and provides quality programming for the 70 plus students in the program as well as teaches the ENT-LLC cohort class, ENT3301, a business model generation course.