There’s a word we feel perfectly characterizes Chelsea: unflappable. No matter the situation, her smart-and-coolheaded approach keeps SimpsonScarborough’s processes on point and timelines on track.
When it comes to making us better, there’s another word that describes Chelsea: unstoppable. Whether managing internal project teams, planning resources and traffic companywide, or thinking through technology and innovation needs, Chelsea helps tone our operational muscle and strengthen our core capabilities. She first joined SimpsonScarborough as a student intern at Georgetown University. The rest, as they say, is history.
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