Interview with Abigail Howard, CEO of Project Micah 6:8

Interview with Abigail Howard, CEO of Project Micah 6:8

posted on: February 27, 2018

Micah 6:8 

He has told you, O man, what is good;
    and what does the Lord require of you
but to do justice, and to love kindness,
    and to walk humbly with your God?

23798866_1387461181362876_1851329248_o   Abigail Howard is currently a college student attending Florida Atlantic University. She agreed to do an interview with me.

I love highlighting women who are out to help change the world and impact their community in positive ways. She is so awesome!

Abigail is the CEO of a 501 © (3) organization called Project Micah 6:8 that works with safe houses for human trafficking victims. 

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What do you study?

I am studying criminal justice in order to join the FBI.

 

What are your greatest professional strengths?

My greatest strengths are determination, drive, passion, and diligence.

Greatest Weaknesses?

Never giving up.

Do you have a nonprofit organization you admire or contribute to?

I am the CEO of a 501 © (3) organization called Project Micah 6:8 that works with safe houses and human sex trafficking survivors all while spreading awareness of this dilemma.

What do you think you overcome to be who you are today?

I had to overcome finding my place in this world and listening to God’s still small voice.

What is the last book that has made you cry?

The last book that I read that made me cry was Stolen by Katariina Rosenblatt. This was her story in how she escaped human sex trafficking and how she found God through it.

What’s your dream job?

My dream job would be working with the FBI in fighting the horrific crimes of human sex trafficking.

What is your definition of success?

Success to me can be anything you put your mind to. But most importantly, you are following God’s plan for your life.

Would you say you are successful and in what ways?

I am successful because I have God on my side. Without Him, this organization would not be possible.

What is your greatest professional achievement?

My greatest professional achievement would be creating a nonprofit organization at the age of 18. I had multiple opinions of how I should run my own life, but I defied those opinions and continued on God’s path.

Do you have long-term goals that you can share with the readers?

Looking into the future for Project Micah 6:8, God put in my heart to be able to fund even more safe houses around the world that rescue and care for each survivor.

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If a young person walked up asking for your advice and you only had a few minutes to give them your best tip, what would it be?

I would tell them to live in the moment.

Life goes by so fast and most of us just wish for tomorrow to come.

All it takes is to look down and see where your feet are planted, because there is a reason why you are there so just embrace it.

I created my first vision board this year. It hangs by my bed. Have you ever created a vision board?

I live by my vision board! I look forward to what God will do with it, and love when I cross out things that were accomplished!

Do you have a favorite motto that you live by?

Be Kind. Because you never know how much a simple hello can mean to somebody.

Micah 6-8

If anyone is interested in contacting you further what’s the easiest way(s) to reach you?

I would love to answer any questions that comes to someone’s mind!

You can email be at projectmicahsixeight@gmail.com

And like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/projectmicah68

 

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