Chelsea Morrison

Program Manager




Education

B.A. (Business Administration with Concentration in Management) Wartburg College


Teaching Interests

Market Research; Business Resources for Iowans


Research Interests

Entrepreneurship; Market Research and Analysis


Responsibilities

Chelsea Morrison joined the Strategic Marketing Services team in 2016 as a Program Manager. Chelsea's primary responsibilities include administration of primary and secondary research, analysis and interpretation of data findings, compilation of final reports, and the presentation of results. In addition, Chelsea is responsible for the development of student research associates. As a result, she places significant focus on student training and professional development by fostering mentor relationships. 


Professional Accomplishments

Morrison graduated Summa Cum Laude from Wartburg College in 2012 with a B.A. in Business Administration and a Concentration in Management. She is a member of the Professional Developers of Iowa (PDI), and the Marketing Research Association (MRA). Chelsea is anticipated to achieve Professional Researcher Certification in 2019.


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