Cheyenne Davis has one year of archaeological experience. She received her B.A. in History and Anthropology from Troy University, with a focus on integrating interdisciplinary approaches to research. Her undergraduate research was focused on the Witch Trials of Early Modern Europe through the examination of societal stress and effects of globalization. She received her M.A. in Anthropology from the University of Alabama, where her research was centered around iconography and ceramics in the Maya Lowlands. During this time, she also completed the Graduate Museum Studies Certificate program at the University of Alabama with an emphasis on education and exhibitions. Her work included internships with the Birmingham Museum of Art and the Alabama Department of Archives and History.
Ms. Davis also worked for the University of Alabama Housing and Residential Communities for one year after completing graduate school. She was responsible for the wellbeing of over 1000 first year students as well as supervising a staff of 40 Resident Assistants and three Graduate Community Directors. For TerraX, Ms. Davis oversees projects and directs field crews.