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Chelsea Brown

Development and Database Specialist

Pronouns: she/her

612.238.8021

[email protected]

Headshot of a smiling person of medium light skin tone with curly light brown hair, wearing a gold link necklace and a patterned green shirt under a green jacket.
Photo by: Aria Rose Photography

Chelsea Brown (she/her) has been working at Arts Midwest since 2018, and is the Development and Database Specialist. Before that, she held roles as an administrative assistant and development associate. Prior to Arts Midwest, Chelsea held various other roles in the performing arts including as a freelance stage manager, project manager for a live-event production company, program manager for a children’s performing arts theater, and executive assistant at a theater.

At Arts Midwest, Chelsea spends her days writing grant proposals, preparing funder reports, maintaining donor and funder data, and researching new ways to make our data systems even more effective. She works with other departments across the organization to collaborate on proposal writing and reporting and to assure data is easy to access and maintain for everyone on staff. She does this by using skills in research, project management, and teamwork that she gained from her years of management experience in the performing arts.

A little more about Chelsea:

Chelsea’s favorite Midwestern artist is creative botanist and self-proclaimed mad scientist Tyler Thrasher. She is creatively energized through the intersection and overlapping of art, nature, science, and technology.

When Chelsea isn’t working, she can be found working on home improvement projects in her 90-year-old house, trying new recipes in the kitchen, or growing veggies in her garden.

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