Chelsea Katz - Reputation Partners
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Chelsea Katz
Associate
Chelsea Katz

Based in the Chicago office, Chelsea supports daily account management for Reputation Partners’ Chicago clients, including research and plan execution, media relations, social media strategy and content, and securing awards and speaking opportunities on behalf of clients. Chelsea supports a variety of clients ranging from senior living to higher education clients. Prior to joining Reputation Partners, Chelsea held several internships at multiple agencies and companies, including the Bloomington Independent Restaurant Association, PKPR and The Wriglesworth Consultancy in London, UK.

Joined RP
2016

Previous Experience:

  • Public Relations Specialist and Intern, Bloomington Independent Restaurant Association
  • Intern, PKPR
  • Property and Financial Services Intern, The Wriglesworth Consultancy

Education:
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Political Science with a specialization in Public Relations – Indiana University – Bloomington

What’s your favorite part of your job?
I love that I get the opportunity to work with a wide range of clients in various industries on a breadth of projects. On any given day, I could be working on anything from media relations and digital strategy to social media and crisis research – I love the variety. It keeps things interesting!

What’s something people are always surprised to find out about you?
I am a figure skater. I started taking lessons when I was 3 years old and skated consistently until I graduated college. While I am definitely no Michelle Kwan or anything, it’s something that has really helped shape who I am and is something I am really passionate about!

Tell us about something you’re really proud of.
During my time at IU, I trained and raced for my sorority in IU’s Little 500! If you’ve never heard of it, Little 500 is a bike race modeled after the Indy 500, but it is about 100 times more exciting—in my opinion. Training for Little 500 was probably one of most fun and difficult things I’ve ever done.

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