Autumn Glover is a three-time graduate of The Ohio State University. She holds degrees in Political Science, Linguistics, a Master of City and Regional Planning and a Master’s degree from the Glenn College. Autumn has also worked at Ohio State for more than ten years in progressive leadership roles including administration, communications, facilities, strategic planning, community and local government partnerships. Recently, she led a historic community redevelopment partnership including local government, the University and housing authority. In this role, she was responsible for the design and implementation of an award-winning community engagement process for the development of a neighborhood masterplan. This work resulted in a multi-million dollar investment including federal grants and private investment on the Near East Side of Columbus, OH. Currently, she serves in a dual role with the OSU Wexner Medical Center and Office of Government Affairs focused on local partnerships and community relations. She serves the Columbus community as a board member and volunteer through a number of organizations. In 2012, Autumn was awarded the “Exemplary Community Service Award” from the Glenn College for her commitment to service. She is personally interested in topics related to education, public health, leadership development, social justice and comprehensive planning. Originally from Toledo, OH, Autumn lives in Columbus with her husband, daughter and their dog Scarlet – Go Bucks!
This commentary is intended as an addendum and recent update to the original research article published in World Affairs, “The High Representative in Bosnia-Herzegovina: The Unusual Institutional Arrangement of a Non-Authoritarian, yet Controlled, Democracy”