Abby is responsible for building a cohesive and sustainable marketing and communications strategy for the Ginsberg Center, developing systems to support internal and external communication, and building a long term strategy for alumni engagement.
Throughout campus, Abby is involved in a number of different committees related to the work done at the Ginsberg Center. She resides on Vice President Royster’s Staff Advisory Board, is a member of the University of Michigan Social Leadership Group, the Student Life Communicators Forum, and the University Communicators Group. Abby joined the Ginsberg team in 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in English, History of Art and Political Science at the University of Michigan. Additionally, she holds a Masters of Public Administration (MPA) with a focus on public and nonprofit management and policy from New York University's Wagner School of Public Service.
In her free time, Abby enjoys reading, writing fiction, gardening, and walking through campus. Her favorite spots in Ann Arbor are the Billiard Hall in the Union, Pinball Pete’s, and Aventura.
What do you love most about working at the Ginsberg Center?
“I love the energy that surrounds this work and is very present in the building and comes from the presence of our students. This energy is very much at the core of what we do here.”
What advice do you have for students?
"Challenge your expectations and step outside of your comfort zone to get new experiences. Try something new. Try to do something by yourself. Explore, believe in the possibility of things, embrace the opportunity and the chances you have here.”
What Abby's colleagues are saying:
Abby brings a refreshing perspective to our conversations.
Abby has a quirky sense of humor that lights up the spaces she is in daily.