Sydney Cichon was born and raised in Ormond Beach, Florida. Ms. Cichon attended the University of North Florida after graduating from Seabreeze High School. During her undergraduate career, she was on the President’s Honor Roll and Dean’s List every semester. Additionally, she served as a Presidential Envoy and as the Philanthropy Chair of her sorority Alpha Chi Omega. Ms. Cichon worked closely with the Hubbard House and the UNF Women’s Center as a domestic violence advocate and crisis counselor. Ms. Cichon was also a member of the Jax Pack for the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Team. Having graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, Ms. Cichon then attended the Florida International University College of Law. While in law school, Ms. Cichon was on the Dean’s List, served as defense counsel in FIU’s Mock Diversity Trials, and competed with FIU’s Moot Court Team. Ms. Cichon serves as a Director of the Volusia County Young Lawyers Division. In her free time, Ms. Cichon enjoys working out, drawing, and cooking.