Cheyenne is a reporter and fill-in anchor and producer for WDVM 25. She primarily covers Maryland, as well as Northern Virginia and DC.
Her passion for reporting began with a desire to bridge the gap between local news and the community. Her goal of storytelling is to provide a platform for those who are underrepresented to share their voices. At one time, Cheyenne was one of those struggling to find her voice.
“I grew up with a speech impediment,” Cheyenne said, “which caused me to be very quiet growing up. It wasn’t until I realized the power of my voice that I began to use it to advocate for myself and others. I never thought I would be comfortable and able to speak on TV. I’ve learned that if you work for what you want…nothing is impossible.”
Cheyenne graduated from West Chester University with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies and Women and Gender Studies. She then went on to pursue a Masters of Journalism from Temple University.
Prior to coming to Maryland, Cheyenne spent 4 years in Philadelphia reporting and producing. She was an intern, Junior Reporter, and Production Assistant at Fox29. Additionally, she was a PHL17 Morning News Production Coordinator and Fill-in Reporter. In her free time, Cheyenne works as a freelance entertainment blogger and celebrity correspondent. She has interviewed several celebrities in music, movie and TV, and politics. She has also covered stories from Black Lives Matter events, the Coronavirus pandemic, to the 2020 Democratic Primary in New Hampshire.
Cheyenne is an active member of the National Association of Black Journalists, NAACP, For(bes) The Culture, and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. When she’s not working, she loves to spend time with her family, travel, and mentor.