BA – UCLA (2016)
Diversity, Identity, Workplace, Gender, RaceBiography:
Cheyenne Diaz is a UCLA alumnus, who is interested in the intersectionality of race and gender at the workplace. As a research assistant in SAIL she worked with Drs. Margaret Shih and Serena Does on several research projects, including research on gender, multiracial identity, and stereotype threat.
After leaving SAIL, Cheyenne accepted a position as a writer and editor for an online academy for personal growth. She always gets creative inspiration when she takes hikes through her favorite place in the world, Big Sur, California. As a multiethnic American, she grew up learning and loving other cultures. She’s a passionate supporter of appreciating the beauty of the world through travel, food and art.