Following college, Jane Abraham held a number of senior positions with the Michigan Republican Party, the Republican National Committee as well as the Michigan State Senate. Her assignments included serving as the national party's liaison to state and local government and overseeing grass roots party building at local, state and national levels.
Jane Abraham is the mother of twin daughters Julie and Betsy, and son Spencer. She is married to Spencer Abraham, former United States Senator from Michigan and former United States Secretary of Energy under President George W. Bush.
Abraham is the Founder and President of Abraham Strategies, a small business that handles strategic marketing assignments for a variety of clients. She also is the General Chairman of the Susan B. Anthony List, a not-for-profit membership organization with over 100,000 members and a connected Political Action Committee that supports pro-life political candidates and issues. Under Abraham's leadership the organization has become one of the more significant sources of financial and grassroots support for political candidates in America.
From 1995-2001, Jane Abraham served as an unpaid advisor and surrogate for her husband. Her efforts took her to nearly every Michigan county and hundreds of Michigan communities.