Chelsea is a visual communications consultant, with seven years of experience in the field.
Previously, she worked on an in-house marketing team and was the lead designer of mission programming, fundraising, corporate communications, learning and development, and human resources at Goodwill of Central & Southern Indiana.
Chelsea is a member of the American Institute for Graphic Artists (AIGA) and her work has been recognized with the 2017 NIC Foundation Award for her design contributions to the fundraising piece titled “Chapter Legacy Plan” and with 3rd place for Education Material Design at the 2015 Fraternity Communications Association Annual Conference — both while at Delta Upsilon International Fraternity IHQ.
She is known for her fresh, modern designs that help organize and streamline complex information.
Chelsea holds a BFA in Visual Communication from Ball State University and an MBA in Marketing from the Kelley School of Business at IUPUI.
Graphic design, infographic design, illustration, and project management.
Some people use their professional skills to fund their passion, but I feel unbelievably fortunate to be in the position to help other people achieve their professional goals with a passion I have loved doing all my life.
I’m so proud to be a part of a company that not only creates spectacular work to help their clients succeed, but a company that cares for, encourages and inspires everyone involved throughout the entire experience. In my MBA program we were constantly reminded that — despite it being so data-driven — businesses are made up of people, and Blue Beyond has instilled that message into its core.
My favorite time of the year is the autumn months of September and October. My birthday is at the end of October and Halloween is my favorite holiday! I adore dressing up in elaborate costumes and you can’t beat the gorgeous look and feel of the fall.
The most important lesson I’ve learned this past year is to stay true to your goals, even when life throws bigger curve balls in your direction than you could ever imagine. There were so many moments this past year when I questioned if my goals were relevant anymore with the changing world. I’ve had so much doubt whispered in my ear, either by others or myself. There was doubt in my plans, my passions and the purpose behind them. In the end, you have to remind yourself why you want what you want and keep that as your fuel to burn in the darkness. It will (and did) pay off.