Mabel Abraham is an assistant professor of Management at Columbia Business School. Her research examines how organizational and social network processes contribute to gender differences in economic outcomes. Professor Abraham’s research has appeared in the Academy of Management Journal and Administrative Science Quarterly and has been recognized by a number of leading awards including the Academy of Management’s Pondy Best Dissertation Paper Award, the INFORMS Dissertation Proposal Competition, the American Association of University Women American Fellowship, and the Kauffman Foundation Dissertation Fellowship. Her research has also been featured in several media outlets, including Bloomberg, Forbes and the Wall Street Journal. Prior to pursuing a career in academia, Professor Abraham worked in defined benefits consulting and risk management at Fidelity Investments. She completed her PhD in Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management.