A Conversation with Abigail Sigler
Vice-President of Baker Group Strategies
Abigail is the vice president at Baker Group, where she
develops and executes comprehensive, strategic
messaging, communications, and earned media
campaigns for local, state, federal, and corporate
clients. In 2021, she was named one of Business
Insider’s 20 Sought-After Female Political Strategists To
In 2020, Abigail served as a Senior Advisor for Bill
Hagerty’s successful U.S. Senate campaign, where she
helped oversee day-to-day operations and advised on
communications strategy. After his victory in November,
she served as a spokesman for the Georgia Republican Party during the 2020 Senate runoff elections.
Prior to joining Baker Group Strategies in 2019, Abigail served as communications director for Marsha Blackburn’s historic Senate campaign, where she developed and oversaw all national and in-state communications strategy. She continues to oversee
Senator Blackburn’s political communications.
She began her career as Deputy Press Secretary for Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and worked on Capitol Hill as Communications Director for Congressman Robert Hurt
(R-Virginia), Congressman Jack Bergman (R-Michigan), and Congresswoman Mimi Walters (R-California). Abigail left the Hill in 2017 to serve as Deputy Communications Director for Ed Gillespie’s gubernatorial campaign.
A native of Virginia Beach, Abigail is a graduate of the University of Virginia. She now resides in Nashville with her dog, Josie.