Abbigail Houston
Technology Talent Acquisition Specialist

Abbigail Houston

Abbigail Houston

Technology Talent Acquisition Specialist

17 State Street, 8th floor
New York, NY 10004

(917) 512-9065

“Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, even only one remembers to turn on the light” - Albus Dumbledore

Born and raised in Lima, Ohio and living in Columbus, Ohio (for now). I’m a huge advocate for moving around young and figuring out where you want to spend your life– especially when that means leaving your hometown! Although there is nothing wrong with staying in your hometown, I find great pleasure in creating my own home through my cozy apartment, putting down roots where I decide, making/having friends who become family, and leading my life in happiness. 

Academic Background:


B.S. Management, Human Resources, Ohio Northern University

Minor in Communications, Ohio Northern University



I love reading, cooking & baking, DIY projects, and decorating/furnishing my apartment. I also enjoy spending my free time with friends/family, exploring my city and trying new and different places. When I get the chance/time, traveling is my absolutely favorite hobby.

Share 3 fun facts about yourself.


I was not born with my dimple, it’s actually a result of an accident/injury from when I was younger.
My friend and I started a Podcast.
I plan to one day move and live permanently outside of the states– ideally Europe!

What’s your favorite movie or TV show?


Favorite movies: ‘Practical Magic’, ‘the Holiday', ‘Under the Tuscan Sun’, and ‘How to Lose a Guy in Ten Days’ (don’t ask me to narrow down further than that, I simply cannot)

Favorite TV show: ‘How I Met Your Mother’

Who is your biggest inspiration? Why? 


Ruth Bader Ginsburg– she was considered so ahead of her time, but working for all the right things with so much resistance and despite it all, she made history in the best way!

What is one important skill every person should have? 


Empathy, no doubt about it. I believe the world would be a much better place if people could actively be empathetic to others. 

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