Cheryl Ellenwood

About Cheryl Ellenwood

Cheryl is a fourth year Ph.D. student in the School of Government and Public Policy. Her major subfield is Public Policy and Management. Her research interests lie in philanthropy, non-profit management, and the relationships between funding entities and American Indian communities. She has a background in working with native nations in both the public and private sector. 

Cheryl is a 2015-2016 Commissioner with the University of Arizona's Commission on the Status of Women. 

She also serves as a Mentor with the Native SOAR Program at the University of Arizona. 

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Contact Information

Cheryl Ellenwood
PhD Student
Office: Room 134, Social Sciences Building
Office Hours: By appointment


2010 M.A. American Indian Studies (Law & Policy), University of California, Los Angeles 

2006 B.A., University of Arizona

Courses Taught

PA 406: Bureaucracy, Policy, Politics