Abigail Price

 

Abigail Price

Abigail Price has six years of experience in international development, with extensive knowledge in program management, business development and communications. With her current position as Program Officer for Cultivating New Frontiers in Agriculture (CNFA), Ms. Price manages the Farmer-to-Farmer project, overseeing five country offices in Southern Africa and one country office in the Eastern European country of Moldova. As a Senior Program Associate for the Agriculture, Food Security, Education, Environment, and Economic Growth Practice (AF/E3) at IBTCI, Abigail was a lead associate for several high-level USAID and DOS bids and has successfully provided programmatic management to seven projects. In 2014, she was a Research Consultant for IBTCI/ George Washington University, where she gathered background research on monitoring and evaluation (M&E) methods in humanitarian crises (particularly in Syria) and compiled a twenty-page situational analysis that prepared the organization for a new project. Abigail has also worked as a research assistant in Rwanda, where she aided in research on gender-based violence in Rwandan refugee camps, by establishing a background literature review. Ms. Price has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Affairs from George Mason University.