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N-Sid-Sen hires property and events manager

N-Sid-Sen has hired Chelsea Nesbit as property and events manager. She joined the staff last fall as caterer and after winter in the kitchen she has now become full-time staff, said Pam Peterson, managing director.

Chelsea Nesbit joins N-Sid-Sen staff. Photo by Chelsea Nesbit

Chelsea has skills in property management, bookkeeping, community development and culinary arts. Originally from Arizona, she gained experience in property management in Hawaii, California and Arizona.

Recently, she was the community development specialist for the City of Coeur d’Alene, managing a HUD grant and projects for low to moderate income people through programs such as emergency minor home repairs and economic development opportunities.

In March 2020, Chelsea moved to Coeur d’Alene from Phoenix, where she founded and managed McDowell Market, a collaborative downtown retail space. She also founded the Miracle Mile Merchants Association to create a thriving business district.

“As the owner of Chelsea’s Gypsy Kitchen, a catering and food prep company based in Coeur d’Alene, I seek to bring creativity, dedication and a love for culinary arts to every dish I create,” said Chelsea.

She has two daughters and two grandsons.

“Family is at the heart of everything I do,” said Chelsea, who finds enjoys nature and adventure. “Whether its hiking scenic trails, camping under the stars or taking in the beauty of the natural world, I embrace every opportunity to connect with the environment.”


Pacific Northwest United Church of Christ Conference News © April 2024


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