Cheyenne Walsh has represented a wide variety of corporations, non-profits, trade associations, and governmental entities before the Arizona State Legislature, Governor’s office, and state agencies, as well as city and county governments. She received her bachelor’s degree and law degree from University of Arizona, and also holds a Master of Public Administration from Arizona State University. She has worked in the Arizona State Senate and the United States Senate, and lobbied nearly every major policy area, including tax, privacy, water, and transportation. She practiced environmental law and public advocacy at a major international law firm, then joined Isaacson & Walsh, PC, widely recognized as one of Arizona's top lobbying firms, in January 2015. She founded Cheyenne Walsh PLC in August 2019.
Cheyenne was recognized by the Arizona Capitol Times as a Best Lobbyist under 40 in 2016, 2017, and 2018, and her former firm was recognized as the Best Lobbying Firm in 2017 and 2018. She was honored to be an inaugural "Breakout" award recipient, selected by the Arizona Capitol TImes as one of the "sharpest political minds in the state." She has also been recognized among the top lawyers in the state as a Southwest Super Lawyers Rising Star annually since 2014.
Cheyenne serves on the Connect Board for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Phoenix and on the Board of Directors for the Arizona Heritage Alliance. She is a Valley Leadership alumna of Class 36 and a Flinn-Brown Fellow.
Cheyenne is licensed to practice law in Arizona.
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