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Chelsea Roberts, 2024 Colorado Mother of the Year.

Chelsea Roberts

February 12, 2024



Chelsea Roberts is a proud Mom, Non-Profit social media manager, award winning painter, and decorated trail runner. She graduated from Weber State University receiving her Bachelors of Technical Sales and Marketing while simultaneously pursuing her career in Finance. Chelsea was Mrs. Utah Earth 2022 and currently is Mrs. Oregon International 2024. She started the “Bee Fabulous” Community Clean- Up Program, a program that works to engage members of her community to assist in cleaning up their parks. She is an Amazon Best Selling Author and has illustrated several published children’s reading books. She is the Vice President for the Board for the Huntington’s Disease Society of America Pacific West Chapter, and current chair for the HDSA Portland Team Hope Walk. Chelsea is Mental Health First Aid Certified and is grateful to use her life experiences, such as loss and miscarriage, to empower and help  strengthen other women.

Parenting Philosophy

My parenting philosophy is to love and inspire. To be brought up in a home that has warmth and love abounding is empowering. My children know we will always love and support and that love is unconditional. My husband and I seek to inspire through action. We are constantly out in the community serving and always encourage our children to join us. They have grown to truly love to actively serve the people of our city and state and look for opportunities now freely. My girls have accompanied me to every service project and appearance the last few years – and those have been almost weekly. My goal is for them to grow with a sense of purpose and pride in their efforts in giving back to their community.

Motherhood and Community

  1. I serve as the Vice President of the Board of Directors for the Huntington’s Disease Society of America Pacific West Chapter and am the chair for the Portland Team Hope Walk. We recently had our Portland Team Hope Walk last week and my family helped me through every step of the event. From set up to take down they were there with me cheering on the HD community. This event has brought the Huntington’s Disease community together here in Oregon and also has empowered my family as a family unit; together we can do anything.
  2. I am also the Social Media Director for the Still She Rose Mental Health Wellness Organization. My family and I were able to fly to Orlando, Florida for the annual International Gala earlier this month. We were able to bring the pageant community together Internationally spreading awareness of Mental Health. My girls thought it was amazing Mom got to up on stage and share such a wonderful message.
  3. My family and I serve our community weekly by cleaning up our beaches through my “Bee Fabulous Community Clean Up” Initiative. My girls now advocate for a cleaner community and share this message with their friends.