Chelsea earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science/Biology with a minor in Spanish at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania. She comes to us after teaching High School Biology and Ecology at the Okanogan High School and also has several years of experience working in environmental education and field research for a zoo, non-profits, the National Park Service, and a Conservation District on both sides of the country. With this experience she also brings knowledge in partnering with Hispanic/Latinx and Indigenous communities. Chelsea serves on the E3 Washington Board and Communications Committee. In her spare time, Chelsea enjoys hiking, backpacking, running, paddling, cross-country skiing, gardening, and photography.