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Chelsea J

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Last Login 10/14/2016
Location Durango, CO
Education Bachelors Degree
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Chelsea's passionately curious, so she has writing experience in a few different categories. If we're not counting the numerous journals/diaries she kept as a kid, Chelsea began writing and letting others read and critique her work (and taking it into account to further improve) while attending Colorado Mesa University. Her love for writing history term papers lead her into a Communications curriculum and a chance to be a part of a student-run team that revamped the University's magazine. Chelsea's first year with the magazine, she had a "Q&A" article as well as featured photos. She worked her way up to Content Manager for the spring of 2014 and continued with her section but also gained experience in editing, brainstorming content, and managing a group.
A full-time student still has to eat, so in between bites of the best burger in the land and serving customers the best burger of their life, Chelsea blogged for the restaurant as well. Food blogging has her heart and her stomach and is definitely one of her preferred style/topics to create content for.
After graduation, Chelsea found herself back in her hometown with an Assistant Marketing position for Alpine Bank. Chelsea wrote radio spots, journalistic articles for an internal newsletter, and would edit content for newspaper ads. Simultaneously, she was working for a local photography studio and wrote content for their "What to Wear" guide for their high school seniors.
Banking, Food blogging, Fashion, journalistic writing, social media
Food blogging, social media, health & wellness, journalistic, radio spots, copywriting, fashion, conversational writing, research articles.
Colorado Mesa University Communications, History, Mass Communications

Chelsea J. received her Bachelor of Arts in 2015 from Colorado Mesa University. During her junior year, she became a writer and Content Manager for CMU's Horizon Magazine. This allowed her the opportunity to begin writing for a popular restaurant in the area, thus began her love for blogging.

Projects by Industry

Alpine Bank is very invested in their community. As an Assistant Marketer, Chelsea was able to interview members of the community making a difference by teaming up with Alpine Bank. Some of the content was published and some of it was shared internally to all regions.


Created written content for a PDF download "What to Wear" guide for high school Seniors.


Projects by Asset Type

A popular photography studio needed a "What to Wear" guide for their high school senior clients to download, so they could be prepared for their photo shoot.

Blog Post

Chelsea created content for a popular restaurant in Grand Junction, Colorado called Bin 707 Foodbar. The goal of the blog was to educate about the practices of Bin 707 and encourage the farm-to-table movement. She would write blog posts that featured an item on the menu and explain where and why Bin 707 partnered with a ranch, brewery, etc.

Radio Spot

As an Assistant Marketer for Alpine Bank, Chelsea created radio spots for the Durango Region. Some were focused on the bank, others included local non-profits or businesses.

White Paper

Chelsea loves being able to piece together content so that the reader is a given a chance to learn something new. There is so much information in the digital age, but being able to successfully break it down to a point that makes sense to all demographics - there is a reward with a challenge like that and it's simply sharing knowledge with one another.

Projects by Writing Style

Conversational writing is one of Chelsea's preferred writing styles. While writing a food blog, she tried to incorporate a style that engaged readers and made them feel as if they were having a one-on-one conversation with the chef. She also used this style when writing a "What to Wear" Style guide for a popular photography studio. The target demographic were high school seniors, so it felt appropriate to approach the project in a way that wasn't telling them what to do, because they're like, independent and basically adults now. (That was her mindset when she was graduating high school, so she tried to write it in a way she would have received it at that age.)


Chelsea's assistant marketing position at Alpine Bank presented many journalistic opportunities to her surprise. Alpine Bank is very community driven, so she was lucky enough to interview some members of the community who still to this day are noteworthy.


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