• Autumne Streeval, M.Ed.

    Autumne Streeval has spent most of her professional time in education, either in the classroom or supporting teachers. For nine years, Autumne was a social studies teacher at East High School and served in additional roles outside of the classroom. Autumne has been a teaching team leader, a small learning communities program director, a universal design for learning (UDL) instructional coach, and a member of an instructional consultant team. Currently, Autumne is the team leader for the C4 Columbus Area Career Connection program with Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation. In this role, Autumne helps to build, maintain and strengthen community and business partnerships, coordinate work based learning opportunities and manage dual credits. Autumne also fosters industry tours and field experiences for students in the C4 program. In addition, she coordinates the implementation of the Governor’s Work Ethic Certificate within BCSC. Autumne earned a master’s degree in education with a concentration in curriculum and instruction in 2005 from the University of St. Mary. She is a graduate of Franklin College and earned a bachelor’s degree in social studies secondary education and a bachelor’s degree in sociology. Autumne is currently enrolled at Oakland City University and is working on completing a school administration license. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and has two daughters, Stella 11, and Madelyn 8. Autumne enjoys reading, shopping, and traveling.