Chelsea Hodgkins

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Chelsea brings more than five years experience working internationally and domestically on environmental policy evaluation, analysis and communications, and campaigns.

Chelsea began her career in Ghana, West Africa, where she worked on water and solar energy policy development as a Fulbright scholar and Director of Saha Global. Returning to the US, she spent two years in public service as an analyst and program manager for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Most notably, she led the FEMA.gov Data Visualizations program, used by more than 67,000 people nationwide. Chelsea left the Federal government to pursue a career in environmental advocacy, which led her to serving as the Director of Grassroots and Field Operations for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Chelsea holds a BA in International Development and Geography from West Virginia University.

Chelsea is a Boren Scholar and Fulbright Scholar. In her free time, she loves reading, being active outdoors, and traveling.