Cheyenne Smith is a communicator by day and astronomer by night. Cheyenne has always had an interest in art and a love for science and believes they both must coexist for the world to operate. Cheyenne’s interest in creative writing and interpersonal development encouraged her to pursue a B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications with a focus in public relations from the University of Oklahoma. Her love for the cosmos has led her to serve as a Solar System Ambassador for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. As an ambassador Cheyenne’s topic, Minorites On A Mission: Life Through Our Cosmic Address, addresses minorities in the field of astronomy and the umbrella of astronomy and it’s applications to astrobiology. What Cheyenne loves most about the Tulsa Artist Fellowship is that it’s creating opportunities not only for the artists who come to Tulsa to practice but also for job seekers who want to be in a creative industry within an economical location. Cheyenne is a proud Earthling who loves the planet, Paris, faux fur, Royal Albert tea sets and daydreaming about picnics on the prairie.