Abigail Baker is a writer, thought leader, and corporate trainer that also utilizes communications, and OD/HR consulting to cultivate culture transformation, and racial equity through high-impact programs and tools. Abigail grew up in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and moved to Chicago, Illinois when she was 18 years old, where she currently resides. Her search for adventure took her far and wide at a young age and she continues to mentor, learn, work, and speak all over the US. Abigail is a firm believer in redefining the way we think and live. She is a wellness advocate and often blogs on organizational development, challenging the status quo, and creating a holistic work environment. Abigail believes that creating space in your life to play, imagine and dream is vital in problem-solving, stress management, and innovation. As a product of 12 years of homeschooling, Abigail started out at Harold Washington College in Chicago, Illinois before transferring to DePaul University and receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in People and Global Organizations and a Master of Arts degree in Applied Professional Studies with a concentration in Fiction and Non-Fiction Media.