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Chelsie Kuhn

Chelsie Kuhn

Project Coordinator

George Mason University

Washington DC, Washington, D.C.

I am a hopeful individual trying to help make a difference. I see myself as a lifelong learner who is adaptable and willing to try new things. My current interests lie in many areas including social justice, poverty, race, education, community organizing, peace studies, social movements, narrative mediation, identity,...


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•Tutored elementary, middle, and high school students in English, Math, and SAT English Prep
•Designed activities and lesson plans to teach writing skills
•Copy-edited website for clarity

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Center for the Advancement of Well-Being

Well-Being Projects and Special Events Coordinator

•Planned, executed, and evaluated programs for students, faculty, and staff
•Operated as a liaison for partnerships with The Gallup Organization, The Chopra Center, and Minds Inc.
•Developed, coordinated, and facilitated StrengthsFinder workshops within the university
•Updated, troubleshooted, and streamlined George Mason's Well-Being University website (
•Assisted with the marketing and promotion of StrengthsFinder at Mason in addition to CWB sponsored events, such as Spring Into Well-Being, Good Deeds Day, and the Leading to Well-Being Conference to increase awareness and engagement
•Contributed to the Well-Being University Learning Community to help develop well-being within George Mason University
•Designed surveys and convened interviews & focus groups to gather feedback on perceptions and community needs
•Advised other universities and organizations on creating well-being initiatives
•Managed and trained team of student employees
•Collaborated with various partners around campus to develop curriculum and programs related to resilience and conflict skills development
•Developed and monitored program evaluations for annual conference
•Co-facilitated retreats for students to develop leadership, conflict management, self-care, and mindfulness skills
•Managed program budget and processed payments as necessary
•Participated in committee to review scholarship applications and mentor selected students
•Coordinated living learning community around mindfulness and well-being themes