- Rabi Abonour has worked as a photo journalist, writer, and editor. He has a degree in planning with a focus on bicycle and pedestrian transportation.
- He is currently a research associate at the Natural Resources Defense Counsel.
- Abonour has worked as a photographer, editor, and writer at the Indiana Daily Student, Inside, Bloomington Herald-Times, Gothamist, and Saveur.
Rabi Abonour began his career as a photographer, writer, video producer, and editor working for multiple publications and web sites. He has held positions at Indiana Daily Student, Inside, Bloomington Herald-Times, Gothamist, and Saveur.
For Serious Eats, he has written about America's largest hop farm and created numerous recipe collections for holidays.
After spending time advocating for New York City's bicycle and pedestrian community, he found his passion for planning and earned his graduate degree. Abonour now focuses on transportation, land use, and social justice issues.
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