Cheyenne is a consultant to high-impact membership groups and nonprofits. As a professional community-builder she brings people together around common interests and shared goals. She currently serves as executive director of FirstWave, a private nonprofit alumni association for United States Service Academy grads (USMA, USNA, USAFA). Prior, Cheyenne spent ten years with FemCity, an international membership club supporting female entrepreneurs where she led the group’s growth to nearly 100 local chapters and 20,000 members throughout the US and Canada. Earlier, Cheyenne led a successful career in philanthropy and was responsible for fundraising for the nation’s largest donor and volunteer-supported mentoring network. There, she created partnerships with corporate leaders and philanthropists to benefit America’s youth. In 2013 Cheyenne was honored to help manage the first-ever US-based private fundraising event for the American Friends of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry in New York City.

Cheyenne has been recognized in many communities where she’s lived and worked. In Philadelphia, she was named one of Main Line Today magazine’s “Women on the Move.” During her time in South Florida Cheyenne was named one of Miami’s “50 Savviest” which was in large part for her nonprofit leadership. She is a graduate of Florida International University with a bachelor’s degree in International Business. In her spare time she serves as vice president of her community improvement association and as a volunteer to local youth sports clubs. She also enjoys providing a “home away from home” for three Midshipmen at The US Naval Academy.