Cheewa James Introduction
The magic of words has been a motivating force in the life of the woman you are about to meet.
As a professional speaker, Cheewa has worked with corporations and organizations throughout the United States. She specializes in balance in life and dealing with change.
As a published author, she has explored the written word, writing for publications such as Smithsonian, National Wildlife, and newspapers in cities across the United States. She is a master storyteller.
Enrolled with the Modoc Tribe of Oklahoma, Cheewa's father was America's first American Indian professional basketball player. Her book, years in the writing, MODOC: The Tribe That Wouldn’t Die, was released in July of 2008 and tells the spell-binding story of her own tribe.
A former television anchorwoman and reporter in Oregon, Cheewa has received numerous regional and national awards in broadcasting including United Press International Awards and the prestigious National Golden Mike Award for Television Production.
Cheewa brings you guidance and insight as you develop to your greatest potential and energize people in your organization.