Cheyenne Elwell is a Pennsylvania-based freelance writer who's passionate about nutrition, fitness, and food. Cheyenne has written for sites like Business INSIDER, INSIDER, The LA Culture Trip, Pursuit, and Community Health Magazine.
Cheyenne began her career in writing during her time as a talk show producer for Wisconsin Public Radio, an NPR-affiliate station, where her pieces on cooking, health, and technology were regularly featured on the organization’s website. From there, she moved to Los Angeles to work for Radio Disney as she simultaneously pursued a career in freelance journalism. She’s since been able to achieve her goal, and is now a full-time freelance contributor. You can find her fervently writing behind her laptop in the most hipster coffee shops of Philadelphia.
Cheyenne has a degree in Communication Arts from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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