Abigail L. Coleman, MPA, uses her past experience with foundations, membership-based organizations, and women-focused initiatives to provide strategic customer-focused support to JGA clients in her role as Writer and member of the Client Services team.
Prior to joining JGA, Abigail was Development Officer for Women’s Fund of Central Indiana at Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF). There she was responsible for the cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of endowment donors as well as donor communications, social media, and public relations.
Abigail previously worked at Girl Scouts of Central Indiana, where she managed volunteer and girl recruitment and retention, marketing and community relations, and supported council-wide communication and development initiatives. Abigail has been involved in civic and service-based organizations including Kiwanis International, Junior League of Indianapolis, Toastmasters International, and St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church.
Abigail earned a Master of Public Affairs degree concentrating in nonprofit management from Indiana University. She also attained a Bachelor of Science degree from Ball State University, where she was a graduate of the Honors College and a contributing author and ethnographic researcher to The Other Side of Middletown: Exploring Muncie’s African American Community.
Abigail’s experience and writing abilities help her synthesize data and prepare written products to help JGA clients make informed strategic decisions.
Meet another member of the JGA team: Stephenie S. Jay