Chelsea Seifert is the newest member of the Camp Young Judaea-Texas full-time staff and couldn’t be more excited to help keep camp running smoothly in Wimberley. As an event coordinator, it is Chelsea’s job to ensure that groups coming to CYJ for retreats and conferences have everything they need for the duration of their stay, making their experience as happy as possible.
A Texas native, she was born in Burleson, TX and just recently moved to Austin this past summer. Chelsea graduated from Texas State University in May 2015 with a double major in journalism and sociology. She hopes one day to continue her education at the University of Missouri and receive her graduate degree in journalism, which will help her achieve her goal of becoming an international reporter.
Chelsea is really excited to meet everyone who stays at CYJ for retreats and is ready for a fun-filled summer during camp.
Favorite Food: Chips and salsa
She is never without: Chapstick! I literally can’t go anywhere without making sure I have lip balm handy.
Favorite Motto: Never doubt that a small group of committed citizens can change the world, indeed, it’s all who ever do. – Margaret Mead
If you really know her, you know: I love doing anything and everything outside, and that’s where I prefer to spend most of my time. You also might know how much I love chocolate, themed socks and dancing.