A proud DMV native, Abi spent their formative years growing up in DC and Baltimore. After attending Georgetown University, Abi began community organizing in a number of grassroots projects in DC, including the establishment of Baldwin House, an affordable housing cooperative and mutual aid hub in the Shaw/Columbia Heights neighborhood. Having grown up in multiple cities facing issues of displacement and resource inequality, Abi is passionate about organizing to resist these trends and building horizontal support structures and connectivity in local communities. Abi is now very excited to contribute to improving social and economic policy through the work of JUFJ. In their free time, they might be found kickboxing, making art, or waxing philosophic with friends.
Abi uses they/them/theirs pronouns.