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ASI Spotlight: Cheyenne

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What’s your position in ASI, and what do you do?

I worked at the ASI Children’s Center for 3 years and now I am working at Peak Adventures. I am a front desk attendant/ adventure specialist. I provide customer service, assist people with outdoor trip sign-up/gear rentals, and I handle some of the clerical work in the office.

What are some of your hobbies and things you do for fun?

This question is always the most difficult to answer because I have so many outside hobbies. However, my top 3 would be painting, snowboarding, and traveling.

If you could have dinner with anyone, alive or dead, who would it be and why?

I would have dinner with Charlie Chaplin. He was an amazing director, composer, comedian, and actor. Not only would his stories and experiences be noteworthy, but simply being in his presence would be quite entertaining!

Where do you see yourself in the next five years?

In 5 years I see myself as a nurse working in the Pediatric Oncology Department of a Cancer Center. Preferably, I will have traveled to 6-10 countries and have paid off all of my debt. Oh, and I will have sold a piece of my art collection for over $500.

What annoys you?

People who smack their gum, negative nancys, pessimistic people, jealousy, and traffic!

If you could time travel, would you go back to the past or into the future? Where would you go and why?

I would travel to the past and go to a time before there was any technology. Experience how people lived and managed to survive without their i-pod’s, computers, and alarm clocks what a concept right?

What’s one piece of advice you would give to other students?

My biggest piece of advice would be to not procrastinate! That is the typical answer every person gives, however I believe that students should actually take this piece of advice because procrastination leads to missed opportunities, lower grades, and realizing you could potentially fail a class when you are supposed to be graduating that semester (yes this happens) and I have witnessed it, not a pretty sight.

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