About Chelsea

Chelsea is a dynamic communicator who is contagiously passionate, intellectually curious, and thrives in fast-paced environments. For nearly ten years, she has worked in a range of creative roles, from developing communication strategies and maximizing digital media engagement to producing graphics, photography and videography.

At kglobal, Chelsea conducts strategy development, communication planning and assessment on behalf of the Navy Office of Information (CHINFO) at the Pentagon.

Prior to joining kglobal, Chelsea was a public affairs strategist at a boutique communications firm, leading communication synchronization and plans, rollout strategies and outreach initiatives in service of several federal clients including the U.S. Army Office of the Chief of Public Affairs (OCPA), the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Homeland Security.

Chelsea previously served as both multimedia producer and congressional liaison for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), a military service organization supporting families of America’s fallen heroes. Before TAPS, Chelsea worked for U.S. Senator Mark Begich of Alaska.

An enthusiastic history buff, Chelsea is extremely active in the volunteer organization, Daughters of the American Revolution, serving as the DC Public Relations and Marketing Chair and as a chapter officer. She studied Communication and Public Relations at Coe College and the University of Alaska Anchorage.


One last thing… At 7 years old, Chelsea was dropped in Denali National Park in Alaska for two days and taught how to survive in the wilderness. She can still build a killer bonfire.