Abbey Eusebio is CASL’s Manager of the Anti-Hate Action Center. She has been part of CASL’s mission to catalyze the transformation of individuals, families, and the community for an equitable future since 2022. She focuses on implementing the objectives of the Center, which include tracking and responding to hate crimes and hate incidents, protecting AANHPI communities, and ultimately preventing further incidents from occurring. Abbey ensures that survivors of hate crimes have access to comprehensive services and works to lead CASL’s efforts in being a partner in fighting such injustices.
Abbey brings over 18 years of experience in federal and state government, constituent services, outreach, and nonprofit work. She is a member of the City of Chicago’s New Americans Advisory Council. Outside of work, she has served on several boards of Chicagoland area non-profit organizations in leadership positions that aid and empower the immigrant community and concentrate on early childhood education. She is a public servant at heart. Abbey is particularly focused on the underserved and providing direction and access to important vital resources to help them feel welcome and included in our society.
Abbey holds a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in Spanish from the University of Missouri-Columbia.