Abigail Cherubin is a 22-year-old multidisciplinary artist and community organizer whose work seeks to amplify underrepresented voices and foster community. A recent graduate from the University of Florida, she studied journalism and studio art, using creative storytelling as a vessel to impact the world around her. Born in Miami, Florida to Haitian immigrants, her passion for social justice was ignited in middle school after awakening to the impact issues like climate change, health care disparities, and racial inequity had on her community. As the sea levels rose in Miami, she believed in a future where its youth would as well.
Abigail’s identity is central to her pursuits that range from grassroots organizing to fashion. She served as a delegate to the Youth Assembly at the United Nations and as the Florida outreach coordinator for the Love Vote, a nonprofit dedicated to increasing voter turnout through film. You can also find her work in publications such as Teen Vogue, Vice, and Business of Fashion. Abigail fundamentally believes in the power of Gen Z and works to wake people up to how much better the world looks when diverse young people are heard.