National Security and Diplomacy
Autumn Clouthier earned a BS in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2020. She participated in the Honors College, graduating with full honors after a year-long capstone, and was part of the Psychology Teaching Scholars, a group of undergraduate Teaching Assistants. Autumn also played viola for the Texas A&M’s Chamber Orchestra and worked for the campus Visitor Center. Additionally, she interned in Washington, DC, for the American Spectator magazine and for the Tomball Police Department, where she discovered her love of justice and law enforcement. In 2020, Autumn was selected as the inaugural recipient of the the Women in Public Service Fellowship at the Bush School, where she will study homeland security and intelligence to prepare for a career in national law enforcement.