About Cheyenne

Cheyenne is a professional speaker for small business groups, women in business, and nonprofit organizations. Her signature presentation, How to Make Remarkable Things Happen, demonstrates how to build relationships that produce powerful results in business, including how to position yourself as the most valuable person in the room. Perfect for nonprofits who want to raise more money and for small business owners who want to achieve remarkable results but who often have limited resources. Cheyenne presents to business chambers, membership groups, and affinity groups. She especially enjoys supporting, connecting with, and learning from other women. For bookings, contact cheyennepalma@outlook.com {speaking fee + travel apply}.

Making Weekends Count

On Instagram @CheyennePalma: Catch her “standing in a nice dress staring at the sunset ” or something that (thanks, Taylor Swift). Instagram is where she shares how she makes the weekends count. Getaways, good deeds, and great times are shared for all lady bosses, like her, who want to make the most of their weekends. Follow along for her take on weekend escapes (with and without the kids), good news, and adventures in style. Coastal destinations are her favorite.

Professional background: As the founding president of FemCity Philadelphia, she established a membership network of over 1,000 professional women in the Philadelphia region {as a newcomer in town!}. Previously, she was responsible for national-scale fundraising for the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network. At the national headquarters, she built fundraising programs with top corporate brands and individual philanthropists to benefit America’s youth. She’s also had an incredible experience working with the American Friends of The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.


O Magazine, Instagrammer of the Month (Nov 2016)

Laurel House “Business leader” award (2015)
Main Line Today Magazine‘s Top 24 “Power Women” (Sept 2011)
Miami’s “50 Savviest” (2006)