Cheyenne Sixkiller-Lasiter is a writer, photographer,Dental Hygiene student and Full time mom. Her photography and writing is focused on nature and Native American history . Her photography work has received honorable mention and published in College literary magazine Crowder Quill. She is the original creator of “In Honor of the Thousands” that pays tribute to the victims, survivors and families of residential schools, it has been published Native Hoop Magazine, Carthage Chronicle, Peoria Newsletter and by Indian Residential School Survivor Society.
A tribal member of the Peoria Tribe of Indians of Oklahoma and bloodlines in both Cherokee and Creek tribes. She is pursuing a career in Dental hygiene with intentions of serving as a health care provider in tribal communities and future missionary work as a hygienist among Native American Reservations.