Executive Assistant, Florida League of Cities
Chelsea Rosasco-Justice was raised in Pensacola, Florida, by her mother and father. They taught her to always fight for what she believes in and to serve others. She currently works for the Florida League of Cities (FLC) as an Executive Assistant. In this role, Chelsea is a liaison for associations serving mayors, city managers, and city clerks. She is a candidate for a Master of Public Administration and a Master of Science in Planning from Florida State University (FSU) with an emphasis on Neighborhood and Community Design and Nonprofit Management. Chelsea has an entrepreneurial spirit and is driven to find innovative, human-centered solutions to complex problems. Her studies focus on forming inclusive and participatory communities while prioritizing the holistic well-being of community members. Throughout her life, Chelsea has always had a sense of justice and a heart for service. As a first-generation American, she is passionate about equitable and accessible native and foreign language education. Chelsea earned her Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certificate in 2019 while volunteering at Cobb Middle School and FSU’s Center for Intensive English Studies (CIES). Building on her passion for justice, Chelsea worked as a resident legislative apprentice at The Children’s Campaign, a Tallahassee-based child advocacy organization. At The Children’s Campaign, she helped provide sustainable solutions to food insecurity, kindergarten readiness, and inequitable healthcare access for children in Florida. In her free time, Chelsea enjoys hiking local trails, spending time with her dog, and researching the best recipes for gluten-free desserts.