Chelsea Glen Dickey,
Director of Economic Development
Chelsea has a degree in Economic Development from Eastern University in Philadelphia and has been devoted to community building and economic vibrancy for seven years. Chelsea finds value in local economies and the people, structures and businesses that make them sustainable. Chelsea has experience working with communities in transition to create branding that communicates their past, present and future. Chelsea is enrolled at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and will be receiving her Certification in Creative Placemaking spring of 2020. She is well-versed in project management, consensus building and strategy implementation.
Director of Placemaking
Blaine has a degree in Media Analytics from Elon University where she focused her studies on place-based marketing and local government. She specializes in actionable insights and powerful storytelling through reporting and strong visuals. Blaine has been working on community development initiatives for over four years and seeks to tell better stories for communities all over the country. She has a deep passion for helping communities find their voice and vision. Blaine has experience workshopping, designing, and launching successful campaigns and brands for non-profits, small businesses and cities alike.