Account Executive

For Chelsea, communication is key, and when she graduated from Purdue University with a degree in public relations, she set out with all the tools she needed for a strong start to her career. After finding post-grad success at an agency in Illinois, Chelsea returned to Indiana in the search of professional and career growth closer to home.

Chelsea is crucial in obtaining and maintaining open communication and positive relationships with our clients. She is a seasoned expert of go-sees for prospects and check-ins with long-term clients. Thanks to an infectious and upbeat personality, in addition to her marketing experience, she serves as an excellent resource for helping our clients achieve their goals.

Chelsea currently lives in West Lafayette with her wife, Kylee, and their two cats, Ponce and Asher.

Quick Q&As with Chelsea:

Who is someone you admire, and why?

The person I admire most in this world is my mom. She’s the strongest and most selfless person. She’s had a tough life and had to overcome many struggles but continues to be the best mom, wife, friend, teacher and volunteer I know.

What’s your biggest pet peeve?

When people don’t use their turn signals!

What gets you out of bed in the morning?

It sounds cliché, but helping others and being a part of something bigger than myself. I love doing my small part in making my corner of the world a better place. Whether it’s serving on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Lafayette, assisting a friend in need or helping our clients achieve their goals, serving others is a huge part of who I am. People are my passion.

Have you gotten your 15 minutes of fame?

A summer camp I attended was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network on a docuseries called “Our America with Lisa Ling,” and the producers chose me to be a main focus of the episode. I was even Skyped into “The Gayle King Show!” It was a fun and nerve-wracking taste of the spotlight.

What’s your favorite TV show?

My favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy. Fun fact: I watched every season in a ten-month period (which I’ve been told is pretty impressive).