Abigail Galván is the communications and program officer of the Crimsonbridge Foundation. In the communications role she leads the Foundation’s efforts to convey its work through written and visual content, marketing, and PR. In the program officer role, she will work to increase the bilingual communications capacity of parishes and develop programs to integrate recommendations from V Encuentro.
Before joining the Crimsonbridge Foundation, Abigail served as development director of the Religious Freedom Institute, where she spearheaded their development strategy and helped them grow their budget from $530,000 to $2.9 million. Prior to this she helped devise, finance, and launch the Bethlehem Museum for Heritage and Culture as the special programs officer of the Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation. In 2018, Abigail had the privilege of participating in the V Encuentro as a region IV delegate. She has been involved with the execution of the strategies and recommendations made and looks forward to continuing this work in a professional capacity at Crimsonbridge.
Abigail is passionate about amplifying the impact of the organizations she serves through effective communication. A people-person she loves using her trade to build community and establish lasting relationships that are mutually beneficial for all involved.
Abigail received her bachelor’s degree in International Politics with a concentration in International Law, Norms, and Institutions from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. She is a proud Georgetown Scholarship Program scholar. A voracious learner, Abigail enjoys reading, hiking, and hosting friends in her DC home when she is not busy honing her communications craft.