Cheyenne Eete Kippenberger
Seminole Tribe of Florida & Chilean
Miss Indian World 2019-2021
Speaker | Advocate
Cheyenne is a Seminole and Chilean woman, advocate for Indigenous people and a former Miss Indian World. She has utilized her platform as an ambassador to advocate for environmental protections of the Florida Everglades, overturn adverse stereotypes and stigmatizations of mental health in tribal communities, encourage healing through identity and self love, and combat the negative, stereotypical narrative of Native and Indigenous people. She currently leads communications for the national nonprofit, Center for Native American youth at the Aspen Institute. Cheyenne also provides motivational speaking presentations, empowerment workshops, pageantry coaching, cultural consulting, hosts and emcees, and presents on topics such as culture as prevention, identity, human trafficking, domestic violence, and much more. She strives for authenticity and to live a healthy life physically, mentally and spiritually through her culture and teachings.