Cheyenne Hunt, A Millennial Board Member for Women of Global Change, Heads to Capitol Hill

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Cheyenne Hunt, a millennial woman of global change and a member of the WGC international board accepts a Capitol Hill Legal Clerkship for 2020.

"It is crucial that young women make their voices heard in politics during this moment in history.I look forward to influencing policy however I can and advocating for those that need it most", stated Cheyenne Hunt.

Cheyenne Hunt, a millennial woman of global change, accepts a Capitol Hill Legal Clerkship for 2020.

Cheyenne Hunt is currently a 22-year-old student at University of California Irvine School of Law. She graduated early from the University of Denver with a double major in Public Policy and Political Science with a minor in International Studies. With the Denver based political group Clean Slate Now, Cheyenne worked to get a ballot measure passed that would ban dark money in Denver elections. Over the last six months, Cheyenne has represented survivors of domestic violence as a student attorney with the UCI Domestic Violence Legal Clinic.

This California native graduated high school at 16 and has served in social impact organizations around the world. Cheyenne currently sits as the youngest board member of The Women of Global Change, a multiple White House Service Award Winning Non-Profit. She is additionally the program founder of the WGC Youth Initiative Program, an international week-long youth program that teaches self-esteem, entrepreneurialism, and the importance of goal setting. She has also been an active member of the NWPC (National Womens Political Caucus), NAFE (National Association of Female Executives) and also the AWM (Alliance of Women in Media).

Cheyenne Hunt has been an International speaker since the age of 14 and has shared platforms with some of the best in their industries such as Marcos Campos, the head of autonomous systems for Microsoft, Bob Proctor from the Secret, and Frank Shankwitz, the founder of The Make A Wish Foundation. Some of Cheyenne’s keynotes are Post Trump: Leveraging and Mobilizing the Restless Generation, Millennial Marketing, and Excellence Through Grit and Growth Mindset.

"It is crucial that young women make their voices heard in politics during this moment in history.I look forward to influencing policy however I can and advocating for those that need it most", stated Cheyenne Hunt.

A bright and promising future awaits as she will soon be serving in the Capitol. As a legal clerk, she will be tasked with researching topics for upcoming Senate Judiciary Committee meetings and reviewing proposed legislation to make recommendations.

To find out more about Cheyenne Hunt and the WGC Youth Initiative go to: https://womenofglobalchange.com/wgc-youth-initiative/

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