Chelsea Espinosa is working as a Case Manager at Strong Tomorrows to provide support and resources to expectant and parenting students at the Tulsa Public Schools. Her interest in mitigating healthcare disparities and barriers to access as well as her experience in advising high school students through the college application process led her to this role.
Chelsea holds a Masters in Biomedical Sciences from Rutgers University and a B.A. in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and a minor in Global Health and Health Policy from Princeton University. She plans to apply to medical schools that are committed to social justice and cultural competence. Originally from New Jersey, Chelsea is ready to discover Tulsa and be part of the community.
Upon completion of her Tulsa Service Year fellowship, Chelsea will continue to make an impact working in the healthcare field.