Dr. Carmella Abraham earned her bachelor’s degree from Barnard College and her medical degree from Mount Sinai School of Medicine. She completed both her residency training in Internal Medicine and her fellowship in Internal Medicine/Women’s Health at Mount Sinai Hospital. Carmella then practiced at the Women’s Health Program, where she held a dual appointment in Internal Medicine and Obstetrics and Gynecology. This program was unique in that it provided multidisciplinary care to women across the life cycle. After this, she transitioned to the pharmaceutical industry, working as a Medical Director for a communications company providing medical strategy and oversight. Carmella then switched to the medical affairs side, working closely with major cancer centers, investigators and thought leaders to support clinical trials. Carmella has also been active in her community serving as chair and gaba’it of Women’s Tefillah. She co-founded her community’s partnership minyan, also serving as gaba’it. Carmella has learned in various community programs and has studied at Drisha. She has taught, lectured and written on various topics in women health and hematology/oncology. Carmella lives in White Plains with her husband Dr Steven Kubersky and their three children, Rani, Refael and Keren.