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Cheyenne Squire is a Fellow with the DeBruce Foundation who serves as a catalyst for career decision making tools and initiatives across all departments by bringing forth innovative ideas, conducting product and market research, and organizing operational procedures. Prior to her role with The DeBruce Foundation, Cheyenne was the Program Coordinator for the KC Social Innovation Center, where she served as a designer, developer, and driver of engagement with the families, schools, and students of the organization’s programs. She wrote and deployed client-connected projects and focus group discussions that fostered Real World Learning in both high schools and workplaces throughout the region. These initiatives were driven by a collaborative aim between KC Social Innovation Center, The DeBruce Foundation, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, and the City of Kansas City to close the opportunity gap, elevate student voice, and promote regional prosperity. Earlier in her career, Cheyenne invested two years into Citizens of the World Charter School and Primitivo Garcia Elementary, as an Americorps literacy instructor. She has served over 3000 hours in the Kansas City region with nonprofit organizations in the sectors of food insecurity, homelessness, clothing distribution, nonprofit marketing, school choice canvassing, community health, and art education.