Brigid Abraham is the Design for Freedom Project Manager. To this role, she brings a duality of experience in both architecture and information science. Brigid uniquely combines her education and passion for architectural research to further the movement of Design for Freedom, eliminating forced labor in building materials supply chains.
Before joining Grace Farms, Brigid was the Director of Research at Pickard Chilton, a global design architect in New Haven, Connecticut. Brigid fostered a community of learning in the studio through research, education, and thought leadership. Prior to Pickard Chilton, Brigid worked in the Barbara Goldsmith Preservation Division of the New York Public Library and in interior design for Eve Robinson Associates in Manhattan. She is a licensed architect in the state of New York and certified as a LEED Green Associate, WELL Accredited Professional and Fitwel Ambassador.
Brigid is a graduate of Barnard College with a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and a Master of Library and Information Science from Rutgers University. She serves as the Communications Chair for the Board of Directors of NOMA Connecticut.