Abigail Krump

Abigail Krump

Dangermond GIS Fellow

Abigail Krump graduated university in December 2019 with a bachelor’s degree in Environmental and Ecological Science. Since leaving school, she has been engaged in the Dangermond GIS Fellowship, a year-long partnership between the National Audubon Society and Esri to develop the next generation of conservation GIS users. Through this program, she has further cultivated her GIS technical skills and problem-solving capabilities through simultaneous large-scale, tangible, conservation GIS projects. As an avid outdoors enthusiast, Abigail is profoundly driven to improve equitable access to greenspace and views GIS as an integral tool for achieving this objective.