Autumn E. Barionnette was born and raised in Fort Myers, Florida, and has called Georgia her home since 2015. Ms. Barionnette attended Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida graduating with Honors with a Bachelors of Science degree in Criminal Justice. After spending thirteen years in the work force as a Certified Ophthalmic Physician's Assistant, Ms. Barionnette attended Ave Maria School of Law in Naples, Florida where she attained her Juris Doctorate.
While in school, Ms. Barionnette pursued several academic as well as social interests. She was an active member of the Women’s Law Association, Managing Editor of the Ave Maria International Law Journal, and the Marshal for Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. She is also a published author of “Restaveks” Child Slavery in Haiti: Hope Seems Right Outside the Children’s Fingertips. While attending law school, Ms. Barionnette interned in the Homicide Unit at the Office of the State Attorney of the 20th Judicial Circuit, as well as a clerkship with the Honorable Magistrate Robert Crongeyer of the 20th Judicial Circuit Court of Florida.
Ms. Barionnette is passionate about advocating for people in need. She takes great pride in assisting those that have been injured due to the negligence of others or a work related accident, helping people cope with life changing decisions such as divorce, and immigrants attain their citizenship.