Abigail serves as West Coast Regional Director for The Veritas Forum, where she coaches local teams that include students, university staff, campus ministers, and special project partners. She graduated magna cum laude with a BA in English, Psychology, and Political Science from Purdue University, with further visiting studies at Oxford University. She earned an MA in Apologetics and MA in Counseling from Luther Rice University and Seminary, specializing in the Problem of Evil and Suffering. A decade of field experience includes humanitarian project management in Spokane, St. Louis, and Manila; social work; crisis counseling; research in International Justice Mission’s think tank in Washington, D.C.; itinerant speaking with Ratio Christi; and online Academy moderation as well as liaisonship for Mission Weeks with Ravi Zacharias International Ministries. Abigail developed and co-facilitates a comparative worldviews course called Faith and Reasons at UC Berkeley. She also designs and leads workshops addressing philosophies of human flourishing and mental health at Stanford University’s Humanities House alongside her wonderful husband, David. Additionally, she serves as an Interfaith Consultant for The Zephyr Institute in Palo Alto and a Fellow of the Newbigin House of Studies in San Francisco.