Autumn Curtis is a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle, where she studied Sociology. She is currently transitioning careers into software development after several years working with animals in various professional roles. In her spare time she loves to travel, read and kick back with her family, friends and animals as much as possible. She first became involved with FEPPS many years ago as a student, and has loved volunteering for the organization, advocating for women’s access to higher education, for the last 6 years. Her history of advocacy/volunteer work outside of FEPPS includes the broader scope of women’s rights, the homelessness crisis in her home city of Seattle and tutoring incarcerated women working on ABE and GED studies.