Autumn Wolfe, who goes by Haven, is a native of Northern Kentucky and grew up in Pendleton County. At NKU she is a double major in Electronic Media and Broadcasting and Journalism. Ultimately, her goal is to become a television news journalist and news anchor. Throughout high school, Haven was involved in Student Council, Senior Council, Junior Council, Future Business Leaders of America, Kentucky United Nations Assembly, Catfish SCUBA Team, Varsity Soccer, Cats Club, Choir, Band, and National Honor Society.
Haven began volunteering with the Ronald McDonald house after learning about their work when her brother was hospitalized due to a heart defect that presented at birth. Since his passing, Haven has completed the “Volunteen Program” with the Ronald McDonald House of Cincinnati and serves as an official volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House of the Bluegrass which is located in Lexington. In addition to that program, she also serves ambassador for the Children’s Miracle Network. Haven is grateful to be a Michael Francis Zalla Scholar and I promise to represent the program with the utmost respect and care.