Based in Georgetown, Guyana, Abbigale is a widely known and celebrated business leader in the country. She is the founder and CEO of the Loncke Group, a business enterprise consisting of three companies. Her fastest-growing firm is MBW Energy Support Services, a comprehensive oil and gas service advisory that advises companies entering the Guyanese energy market. In 2017, she launched WeLead Caribbean, a not-for-profit dedicated to the economic and social advancement of Guyanese women. Through its partnership with ExxonMobil, the Nico Consulting Group, and U.S. Embassy in Georgetown, WeLead has trained over 300 Guyanese women and hosted five regional women entrepreneur and empowerment conferences.
In 2016, Abbigale was recognized in a speech by U.S. President Barack Obama for her exemplary leadership in the Guyanese business community and providing employment opportunities to single mothers and young women. She sits on the Board of Directors for Women in Oil and Gas Guyana and the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative. She is also an Executive Member of the Essequibo Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Guyana.
Abbigale is a frequent traveler throughout North America and Europe, promoting entrepreneurism and economic growth in the Caribbean and South America. She holds degrees from the London School of International Business and the Open University.