Cheyenne Boyce is a Program Manager focused on achieving diversity, equity, and inclusion in education both domestically and abroad. Currently, she serves as the Senior Program Manager for Student and Workforce Development Programs for the Education Partner Program at HubSpot. Prior to joining HubSpot, Cheyenne served as the Director of Program Development at the Confucius Institute U.S. Center (CIUS Center) where she developed programming to foster mutual understanding between the US and China.
Cheyenne’s research interests focus on utilizing cross-cultural exchanges and global education as tools for peacebuilding. She was a 2017 Critical Language Scholarship recipient to Indonesia and a Fulbright Fellowship English Teaching Assistant to Malaysia in 2015. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Cheyenne received her Master's degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from American University’s School of International Service in 2017 and her Bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Spelman College in 2014.
Cheyenne is a founding member of the Alternatives to Violence Project - Washington, DC Chapter and continues to support youth and peacebuilding through Project Common Bond, a program that promotes long-term healing in young people who have lost an immediate family member in an act of terrorism, violent extremism or war.
Peace Education, Cultural Exchanges, Global Education, Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Inclusion, Equity & Belonging