Director of Operations
As the eldest daughter of two Korean immigrants, Abigail has always embodied tenets of conservatism– hard work, individual responsibility, and pro-family values were embedded into her upbringing. Born and bred in the suburbs of Dallas, Texas, Abigail was raised in the Korean southern Baptist church community. Her Christian upbringing shaped her worldview as Biblical truths evolved into the underlying basis for policy. Her parents’ involvement in the free market as investors and small business owners paved the way for Abigail’s appreciation for a laissez-faire economy and America’s middle class.
Abigail is currently embarking on her gap year adventures. Following graduation, she is taking two years away from school to travel alone, engage in different facets of the political sphere, and establish herself as financially independent. Abigail embarked on her travel to South Africa where she spent 100 days living alongside the villagers while teaching the young children music and fundamental school subjects. Upon her arrival back home, she interned for her congressman, Dr. Michael Burgess, and San Antonio’s congressman Joaquin Castro in Washington, D.C. During the election season, Abigail worked in infield strategies for the Republican National Committee.
Prior to her professional experience, Abigail was heavily involved in her high school’s competitive orchestra as an accompanist, top world-ranked robotics team, Dramatic Theatre, and the Speech and Debate club where she competed in Policy Forum and Lincoln-Douglas debate and Foreign Extemporaneous speech. She earned her Pharmacy Technician and Medical Assisting Licenses and worked in healthcare throughout her third year. Abigail graduated a year early from Flower Mound High School with the highest distinctions and honors.
Abigail has an undeniable love for Excel spreadsheets and analyzing data. In her free time, she can be found tangled in colorful thread as she embroiders patterns onto fabrics. People around her describe Abigail as a fiery ambassador for the state of Texas and an avid lover of the oxford comma.