In the world of journalism, Chelsea has done it all: broadcast, radio, magazines, and a daily paper. After graduating with a degree in English from University of California Santa Cruz, Chelsea jetted off to University of Sheffield in England, where she received her master’s degree in broadcast journalism. Internships at the BBC, NPR, and the KoreAm Journal honed her love for world travel and passion for immigration advocacy and Native American rights. Now, as a project manager, she’s applying that natural curiosity to dissect and deeply understand her clients’ needs. With the keen eye of a trained media professional, Chelsea works to find the why behind her clients and to craft messaging and communications strategies that engage their audiences. In her off time, she can be found serving up forgotten food from a rediscovered flea market cookbook, listening to music from North Africa, or narrowing her love of world travel to exploring new parts of Seattle.
Potential life calling
“This is a strange skill to have, but I’m really good at finding people. If you want me to find someone who survived the Rwanda genocide, I’ll find them. It may take some time, but I’ll do it. I probably should have been a detective.”