Olivia McCuskey was born and raised in West Virginia, growing up in St. Albans. She graduated from Nitro High School and went on to play basketball at Ohio University, where she graduated with a degree in Anthropology and History. Following graduation, Olivia returned to West Virginia and began working with Inspire West Virginia. She has been working for Inspire for almost 3 years, and has expanded the program throughout the state ever since. Inspire West Virginia is one state in the national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization Inspire U.S., whose goal is to transform young leaders inspiration into action that improves our communities and strengthens our democracy.
Chelsea has been involved with youth development programs since 2006. She has participated in domestic and international exchanges which have allowed her to travel all over the world including South Africa, Nicaragua, Ghana, and Ethiopia. Through these diverse community outreach programs, she has developed a passion for serving at the grassroots level and particularly enjoys working with young people.
Chelsea is a West Virginia native and a graduate of West Virginia University where she earned a Bachelors of Science in Psychology in 2010. Throughout her undergraduate studies she was an active member of her higher education community. While completing her thesis with the Sleep Lab in the Behavioral Neuroscience department, she actively participated in the student-run Psychology Club as a volunteer, historian and secretary. Chelsea also volunteered with local nonprofit organizations including the Ronald McDonald House and Child Advocacy Center.
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