Autumn | Alicia

Autumn is a youth organizer, culture producer, and community builder.  

Her experience lends itself to community organizing/engagement, event production/management, and project management. 

Autumn’s youth engagement and collaborative work includes co-facilitation of workshops at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (Junior Scholars Program), Brotherhood SisterSol, Anna Julia Cooper Project/Tulane University (Gender, Sexuality, & Hip-Hop Conference), Movement for Black Lives Convening, NYU (alternate careers in the music industry), Harlem Children’s Zone, Innovate Manhattan Charter School, Build Chicago, and Hampton University.

She’s currently a Youth Organizer and Membership Co-Chair for the Black Youth Project 100 and serves on the Board of Directors for Harlem CARES Mentoring Movement.  She received her BA in Journalism & Communications at Hampton University.