Autumn Greba is a Master’s of Public and International Affairs candidate studying Security and Intelligence Studies and Cybersecurity, Law, and Policy. Their primary areas of focus are disinformation and online extremism. As a Graduate Student Research Associate at the Ridgway Center, Autumn spent the past year in the FBI Working Group researching the Boogaloo Bois Movement. In addition to their work at Ridgway, Autumn is a Research Intern with Georgia State University’s Evidence-Based Cybersecurity Research Group, and the incoming GPSG Vice President of Finance. Prior to their time at Pitt, Autumn graduated summa cum laude from Duquesne University with a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Philosophy, and Political Science, then spent time in corporate retail in a variety of roles. Autumn is a life-long, avid runner, and currently volunteers with Duquesne University as an Assistant Track and Cross-Country Coach. Additionally, they compete in ultramarathon races and plan to run their first 100 miler in November.