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Columbia Business School
Finance and Strategy Consulting
English, Español, Português
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Hey, I’m Autumn!

New York, New York, United States · Member since January 2013
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I'm a traveler, a linguist, and a trail runner/hiker. I grew up in the Southwest in Arizona. I love desert sunsets and hanging out on patios playing music, while enjoying a nice cocktail and debating topics with friends. I've lived extensively in South America and speak Spanish. I ended up settling in New York in 2005 and have made the East coast my home. I move almost every year to catch a new glimpse of what the city has to offer. Cobble Hill, Brooklyn - the best neighborhood I've ever had the pleasure of calling home, is where I have set up shop. I think I might stick around for a while in this space!

My parents were West Coast hippies, hence my name, and I've followed suit. But I'm a professional in finance, incorporating balance into my life. I graduated the Executive program at Columbia Business School in 2013 - working full time and going to school for two years was a lot to take on and a ton of work. Now that I've got some time back, I have taken up cycling and running as new hobbies! I love to ride bikes... its like a long lost past time I never knew I loved.

I think balance is good, but I also try to keep a number of things going on in my life so I can take advantage of what I've got around me.

During my "free time" I like to roam around Brooklyn, go to live indie music shows, visit art galleries, go biking, shop at farmer's markets, and attend those overwhelming New York street fairs to keep my wits about me... I like going to book stores and picking out old photography books, reading philosophy, finding awesome recipes.... going home and cooking and doing it all over the next day.

Life is an adventure. I keep busy to fit it all in.