Catherine Abrams contributes mainly to Port of Harlem's "Entertainment" and "Travel" departments.
Catherine Abrams fondly remembers attending her first concerts – James Brown, the Jackson 5 and the Richmond Symphony Orchestra – as a young girl growing up in Central Virginia. In school, Catherine studied music, playing clarinet for the concert and marching bands. Still passionate about music, she has broadened her interests to include other art forms including film, theater, and television and travel, sports and literature.
She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia before earning a law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she was President of the Entertainment, Art and Sports Law Association. As a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, she is involved in the Arts and Letters Committee, which showcases talent in the visual, performing, and literary arts for the cultural enrichment of the community.
Catherine currently works for a financial services regulator. She is an avid volunteer who tutors adult learners for Literacy Volunteers and Advocates in Washington, D.C.