Chelsea graduated from Texas A&M University - Baylor College of Dentistry with a bachelors degree in dental hygiene. As a student she served as the vice president and president of the Student Chapter of the American Dental Hygienists' Association and was a class fundraiser. Chelsea was on the Dean's List and was awarded for her excellence in preventive dentistry, geriatrics, and research. She was also inducted into Sigma Phi Alpha, the national dental hygiene honor society.
After graduation, Chelsea became involved in the Dallas Dental Hygienists' Society where she served as the 2nd Vice President of membership. She is also a mentor and on the mentorship committee, helping provide support to the seniors at Texas A&M University College of Dentistry as they prepare for board and licensing exams. Chelsea is also a delegate, representing the views of Dallas hygienists at the annual session for the Texas Dental Hygiene Association.
She is excited to be a part of a team that shares her same ideals and passions for improving oral health and over-all health. Her ultimate goal is to continue to grow both professionally and personally. An integral part of her practice of dental hygiene is patient education. No two mouths are the same and it is important to her to attend continuing education courses so she can better serve her patients.