Abigail Moses is a Project Coordinator with WRI's Faith and Sustainability Initiative. She will be supporting the existing and new faith-based projects in the area of sustainability that empower partners to develop community-level solutions to sustainability challenges.

For the past four years, Abigail has been living in Malaysia working both on a Fulbright grant, as well as later coordinating the Fulbright Malaysia program. Throughout her tenure there, Abigail promoted climate justice programming and curriculum for rural communities on the East Coast of Malaysia. In addition to her interest in international education and development, Abigail also worked on policy and programming for private Christian universities, developing a grant program that could be adapted by schools to sustainably fund green-friendly campus initiatives.

Abigail holds a B.A. in Political Science from Abilene Christian University. She currently is enrolled as a first year student in the MAIR program at the Johns Hopkins Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies where she is on the Development, Climate, and Sustainability track.

Abigail splits her time and heart between Washington DC and her home in Malaysia with her husband and four kids. She loves cats, and would be happy to help anyone looking for a foster!