Born and raised in western North Carolina, Chelsea got involved in politics in high school and carried her passion into student government at UNC-Chapel Hill. After graduating with her bachelors, Chelsea relocated to Fayetteville to work in homelessness and violence prevention and has been in Arkansas ever since. After the 2016 election cycle, Chelsea wanted to put her decade of experience to work electing progressive candidates, particularly women. Never far from her roots, Chelsea also helps area nonprofits with their 501c3 status and evaluation practices. When not working Chelsea enjoys visiting with friends, being in nature, and partaking in Northwest Arkansas' fantastic craft beer and cider culture.