Introducing Autumn Cazier & "4/20/99, A Story Of Columbine"
Updated: Jan 31
The Uvalde Foundation For Kids Is Honored & Excited To Introduce Our Newest Foundation Team Member, Ms. Autumn Cazier, Appropriately From The, "City of Brotherly Love," - Philadelphia, PA! Autumn Will Primarily Serve In Project Development For Our Performing Arts Outreach & As Program Advisor To The Board Of Directors.
Speaking of Projects - Autumn Is Already At Work As The Writer & Standing Director Of The Foundation Sponsored Production Of, 4/20/99, A STORY OF COLUMBINE!
MORE ABOUT AUTUMN:
Autumn Marie Cazier has over 15 years of performing arts experience and has performed on stages all across the country. From New York City to Casper, Wyoming. The Sundance Film Festival to the Library of Congress. They are a recipient of a Dance Performance Scholarship to Casper College, as well as a Theatre Performance Scholarship to The University of Providence. Cazier specializes in bringing existing stories or concepts to the stage via interactive theatre, with a knack for thriller, horror, and drama related work.
As for Gun Violence Prevention, Cazier is a former Lead Ambassador for March For Our Lives (Utah Chapter), former President of Campus Democrats at Casper College, and is currently active in the Survivors Network at Everytown for Gun Safety, after experiencing personal loss due to Gun Violence. Cazier hopes to provide a better understanding within education through performance arts.
PROJECT LINK HERE:
The Uvalde Foundation For Kids
888 685 8464