My passion is to make connections socially and ecologically between different communities. It is important for people from all walks of life to be able to safely enjoy outdoor recreational spaces and transits while simultaneously learning about the positive impact these spaces have on their way of life.
Chelsea received her bachelor’s degree in Architecture from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and her master’s degree in Landscape Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a creative designer who aspires to use her knowledge in both architecture and landscape architecture to help create positive social spaces. She strives to bridge the gap for cohesive simultaneous dialogue between the design professions.