Cheyenne Kippenberger

Communications Coordinator

Cheyenne is from the Seminole Tribe of Florida. Her grandmother named her Eete, which translates to Fire. She is passionate about sustaining Indigenous culture, healing her community, and empowering future generations. Cheyenne holds an A.A. in Accounting and for the past three years has served as an ambassador representing her own tribe and Indian Country. She will be continuing her higher education by pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in communications and plans to pursue a Master’s in public health so she can educate to empower Indian Country to improve public health and well-being in their communities. Cheyenne strives for authenticity and to live a healthy life physically, mentally, and spiritually through prayer, self-care, and practicing her cultural ways of life. She takes pride in serving her people and envisions an unapologetically Indigenous future! 

Cheyenne is honored to be part of the CNAY team in her position as Communications Intern and hopes to help further the CNAY mission.