Crow Resident, Cheyenne Whiteman-Tenacity-Heritage-Honor


We wanted to take a few minutes and honor Cheyenne Whiteman, who was raised on the Crow Reservation here in Montana.

A beautiful young lady inside and out, Whiteman intends to follow in her grandmother’s footsteps, obtaining her nursing degree from MSU Bozeman and then move back home on the Crow Reservation and care for her people.

Credit-Cheyenne Rose Whiteman

“Her inspiration is her grandmother Rosie Doyle, a Northern Cheyenne woman who spent 46 years as a nurse.”

“Years later we’d be out and about and people would remember her,” said Cheyenne.

“Now on MSU’s campus in Bozeman, Cheyenne is a long way from home but she says knowing she’s making her grandmother and parents proud keeps her strong. She also says her busy schedule keeps her from getting too homesick. Besides her nursing classes, she’s active in many organizations and clubs and she serves as co-president of the American Indian Council.”

Whiteman is mature for her years and has a servant’s heart, hoping to give back. Read her unique story here.


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