Chelsea Takamine, M.P.H.
Driven by her commitment to health equity, Chelsea has managed social impact programs for a decade. Prior to joining UVM’s CORA, she led consulting projects for OpenIDEO. As a senior program manager, she implemented open innovation challenges that invested in early stage solutions to complex international development issues. Previously, Chelsea ran a leadership program at the Public Health Institute, served on the strategy team of international development nonprofit FHI 360, and was awarded a Global Health Corps fellowship, through which she built partnerships for a grassroots community development organization in Uganda. Chelsea earned both an M.P.H. in Global Health and a BS in Biology at The George Washington University.