I'm Abigail Morrow--although you may know me better by my camp name, Hawkeye. Hailing from the mighty Midwest but presently located in Portland, Oregon, I'm a proud graduate of the University of Iowa, an emerging non-profit professional with experience in education, youth development, and creative arts programming--and a crafty dog owner who likes walks on the beach!


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educator. blogger. activist.

A passionate voice for the free-from community, I'm 

Work Experience

  • Food Educator & Special Diets Coordinator

    Additionally, I

  • Program Coordinator

    Founded a first-of-its kind virtual leadership development and mentorship program for high school students across the country impacted by food allergies. I also developed brand-new curricula, grew volunteer staff by 150%, and tripled our engagement across the board. Having taken the helm as virtual camp director, lead mentor, and occasional photo op creator, I'm excited to continue to bring camp magic to youth across the country.

  • Workshop Instructor

    I guided high school-age writers in developing their voice, analyzing and workshopping texts, and creating publication-ready manuscripts. I led supportive workshop environments and edited intern work as I assisted interns in crafting authentic and challenging work for a full-length and professional literary magazine.

  • Literacy Tutor

    During my year of national service, I assisted first, second, and third graders in improving their literacy skills through daily tutoring sessions. I performed weekly progress monitoring tests to ensure each student was receiving appropriate interventions on their path to becoming even better readers. I also created and led activities to promote literacy and social-emotional learning skills for a new afterschool program focused on elementary students identified as at-risk for graduation.

  • Education Intern

    I conducted focus tours, interpretive talks, and facilitated associated crafts for visitors of all ages in T/m's weekly Little Adventures program. My team and I proposed, researched, designed, and executed an innovative new program and tour by partnering with a local maker-space, which attracted several hundred visitors to test their building skills.

  • Graduate Assistant to the Education Dept.

    I supported the Education Department by providing programming assistance, staffing special events, and creating museum walking tours. I facilitated student learning through community outreach and engaging art experiences. I also maintained a website to communicate important museum information to the docent team and curated the exhibit space for biweekly Young Artist Shows.

  • Publications Intern

    Serving as head of the Publication Team, I conceptualized, designed, and published the first edition of YOUTHQUAKE, a digital magazine of IYWP campers' work. I gathered written work, artwork, and photography for publication, and facilitated youth learning through community outreach activities throughout the Iowa City area. I also presented literary activities in a week-long camp to engage young writers and spark creative imaginations.

  • Student Assistant Manager

    I supervised teams of cashiers in the sale of tickets at performances to ensure information accuracy and adherence to correct procedures. I mentored new staff and resolved issues--with ticketing and staffing alike!


  • Public Speaking

  • Writing

  • Adobe Creative Suite

  • Project Management

  • Collaboration

  • Centering youth voices

  • Wranglin' those last minute details

My Work


Feel free to get in touch!

(563) 265-0932

Portland, Oregon