Cheyenne Anderson works as a paralegal at Simeone & Miller, handling cases in various stages of the pre-litigation and litigation processes. In her work, she merges a keen attention to detail and administrative prowess with a deeply human-centric perspective and communication style. At the core of every case is a client that has suffered a personal injury-related incident; Cheyenne aims to keep them comfortable and confident by clearly communicating while tackling the behind-the-scenes work necessary to build a case that will get them the settlement they deserve.

Cheyenne graduated in 2021 from Pace University in New York City, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Acting with minors in Creative Writing and Women & Gender Studies. During her time at Pace, she participated in over a dozen theatrical productions in a litany of roles, including acting, producing, writing, stage managing, and assistant directing. She also had the honor of being a member of the inaugural class of the Mellon Foundation Storytelling for Equity and Inclusion Fellowship. Further, she was fiercely focused on student advocacy and served as President of the Pace School of Performing Arts in the Student Government Association.

With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, Cheyenne moved to the District of Columbia in 2020 and finished her degree remotely. During this time, she continued to work in her long-term job at Starbucks, where she moved up to supervisorial duties after graduating and became a certified Coffee Master. She hung up her apron for the opportunity to work at Simeone & Miller but can still be found with a cup of coffee most mornings. In her spare time, she is often playing board games, cooking, driving, or spoiling her two cats.