As the digital managing director for Outside magazine, Abigail oversees the website's editorial efforts. She also freelances for publications like Runner’s World, Condé Nast Traveler, and Romper. She's the founder of Sticks & Stones, a newsletter about the outdoors, women's issues, and badass women doing outdoorsy things. Abigail co-founded Adventures in Wikipedia, a series of editathons, in an effort to get more women of the outdoor industry onto Wikipedia, where female editors and entries are vastly underrepresented. She often speaks at events like SXSW, the CORE conference, and the New York Travel Festival.
Previously, Abigail was a senior editor at REI's Adventure Projects, the engagement editor at Outside magazine, an associate editor at Real Simple, and a part of the Healthy Living team at The Huffington Post, where she started the Go Rogue series. Publications such as Travel + Leisure, Reader's Digest, Time, and PopSci have also featured her work. She once wrote a biography about a farmer-turned-CEO and hopes to write more books in the future. Abigail holds a master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.In her free time, Abigail can be found in the mountains or desert with her two dogs.