Autumn Woish joined the NCLR’s development team in 2013 and is excited to help support NCLR’s important mission of ensuring full equality for all LGBT people. A development professional with over 14 years of experience, she specializes in technical training, best practices of fundraising and development operations, project management and staff development. Autumn is passionate about helping non-profits achieve their missions through the effective use of technology. Prior to joining NCLR, Autumn worked for a variety of non-profits, such as the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation, the YMCA of San Francisco, and the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. She also worked for Heller Consulting with a wide range of non-profit clients. Raised in San Francisco, she graduated from Brown University in 2000 where she studied History of Art and Architecture. She stunned her family when she crossed the Bay to live in Oakland, where she lives with her husband, and enjoys gardening and eating cheese.