Autumn Tribitt earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry in 2003 from Bennett College for Women. Prior to joining MAPS Public Benefit Corporation (MAPS PBC), she worked in cancer clinical trials for 15 years, the latter 6 years focusing on data quality and management as a data coordinator, research associate and monitor, and clinical systems program manager.
At MAPS PBC, Autumn is currently serving as the Clinical Systems Manager in the Data Management and Services Department, focusing on the validation, implementation, and support of the GxP systems used by MPBC to conduct clinical trials in a regulated environment. She leads the Clinical Systems team and works closely with all business units to ensure there is a clear plan for future systems and quality by design processes for systems use. Autumn is passionate about seeing mental healthcare funded equitably to physical healthcare in all aspects, and accessible to all those who need it. She joined MPBC to contribute her skills to this cause. Autumn believes that compassion and empathy for oneself and others is key to the success of future generations.