ABIGAIL ALBERTI

MANAGING CONSULTANT

 

As Managing Consultant at American Philanthropic, Abigail leads client engagements with a mindset towards excellent service, quality work, and a cheerful disposition. She enjoys building strong relationships with AmPhil’s clients and finds great meaning in helping purposeful nonprofits achieve their missions.

Abigail has over ten years of experience in education and nonprofit work, including serving as a development officer for the Intercollegiate Studies Institute. In addition to her experience in fundraising, Abigail worked for eight years in classical Christian schools as a humanities instructor, Latin teacher, and college counselor.

A great advocate for liberal learning, Abigail graduated from Hillsdale College with a degree in American studies and earned an M.A. in liberal arts from St. John’s College where she wrote her master’s essay on The Brothers Karamazov. She resides in central Illinois.

Featured Work

ARTICLE / PHILANTHROPY DAILY

20th century evangelical philanthropy: a review of David P. King’s “God’s Internationalists”