Chelsea is the North Carolina state coordinator for Moms Clean Air Force. She is a recent first-time mom to a beautiful little boy. She graduated with her Masters in Public Health from Tulane University and wishes to pursue her doctorate in the future. She hopes to use her education to bring awareness to climate change, the importance of clean air, and environmental issues and their effect on our youth.
Throughout her education, Chelsea worked full-time for multiple nonprofits, government agencies, and home health care facilities. She has worked as a nursing assistant for children with disabilities, consulted on new program initiatives for the National Council for the Blind–Ireland, and educated her community about the importance of keeping children with disabilities active and in sports. In her recent employment history, she worked alongside Move United to assist in the development and facilitation of the 2022 Move United Education Conference. The conference educated the public on adaptive sports, new technology, and how to get involved in the adaptive sports community. With Chelsea’s extensive background working with children, she has had the opportunity to see firsthand the effects of climate change on our youth, and she wishes to continue to advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves. Chelsea’s work with Moms has been highlighted in the Raleigh News & Observer.
Chelsea and her family enjoy hiking, hunting, and spending time outdoors. She loves trying new things and creating new memories with family and friends. She is originally from the Chicagoland area and moved to North Carolina in 2014. She has lived all over the state of North Carolina and looks forward to being the main advocate for her region.
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