Ben Abraham

Senior Director, Integrated Marketing

Ben Abraham brings 12 years of experience in brand and integrated marketing, where he holds a proven track record of maximizing social impact through bold creative campaigns that drive results for his clients. He is in the business of uncovering insights and selling ideas that inspire behavioral change and improve health outcomes. 

Before joining The Hatcher Group, he served in-house as the Senior Brand Marketing Manager at Storyblocks, where he led the integrated marketing strategy for Re: Stock, an initiative focused on elevating diverse voices in media. He has been featured on a panel at SXSW entitled “Unlocking Inclusive Media Through Intersectionality” and has provided thought leadership for organizations and media outlets such as Adobe, Fast Company, and Outfront Magazine. 

Topically, he also specializes in environmental policy, public health, and consumer health. Over the years, he has supported digital and integrated marketing strategies for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United States Coast Guard, the Environmental Protection Agency, and the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. His work has covered a wide range of topics, from indoor environmental health to HIV/AIDS policy. 

Ben is a graduate of the University of Virginia, where he studied Environmental Thought and Practice, an interdisciplinary program that combines theories of economics, natural sciences, and policy to drive social change. He has also earned a certificate through NYU Tisch’s Cinema Studies program in Film and Cinematography. Ben is a member of Out in Tech, Catalyst Sports, and AIGA’s DC Design Week. When he’s not building creative marketing strategies, he’s probably eating sushi, playing billiards or hiking a precipice. 


  • I believe that empathy and clear communication are the key to building successful relationships.  
  • Driven by adventure and curiosity, I’m not afraid to jump out of a helicopter with my skis or operate with radical candor to uncover the answers. 
  • My mind is quite motivated by efficiency and automation, as my friends lovingly donned me the nickname of “lifehacks.”

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