In her decade at DCG, Chelsea Radler has advised the U.S. Departments of Commerce, Defense, Education, Homeland Security, State, Transportation, and Veterans Affairs; Millennium Challenge Corporation; Small Business Administration; U.S. Agency for Global Media; and the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. She works across disciplines to address urgent problems: combatting disinformation through public diplomacy, promoting democracy and health access, and preventing violence and climate change.
Chelsea built DCG’s research and evaluation practice to ensure U.S. government programs are evidence backed and measurable. She and her team specialize in rigorous and inclusive mixed-methods data collection and analysis that gets at the heart of the most important question in applied research, “So what?” Chelsea has overseen fieldwork in more than 20 countries across every continent.
Chelsea is most at home with a novel on a New Jersey beach or in an airport waiting room. She dabbles in the kitchen, the garden, and the hardware store.
Master of Science with Merit in Conflict Studies, London School of Economics
Bachelor of Arts with Special Honors in Political Communication, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs