For nearly a decade, Chelsey (Barmore) Brunelle has built and managed dynamic interdisciplinary programming for youth throughout the Bay and Greater Los Angeles Area. As a former educator, her work has involved partnering with Title 1 public schools in strategic planning, culturally responsive curriculum and teacher development, while also managing programs that explore the intersection of the arts, literacy, and business for young creatives. Chelsey created and advised Electric- a student-run, nationally recognized, REALM awarded literary magazine- filled with original prose, poetry, digital, and visual illustrations out of the Inland Empire. Electric alumni have moved on to write and publish their own books, been featured in local galleries, and attend some of the top art institutions in the country. Chelsey has also built and managed business programming focused on creative industries for students at The School of Arts and Enterprise and collaborated with their school stakeholders on diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. Chelsey is a Teach For America Alumna (Bay Area ‘14), with a Bachelor of Arts in English from Azusa Pacific University and currently completing her Master of Arts in Business of Creative Enterprises from Emerson College.