About Chelsea Krost – Millennial Generation Characteristics Expert, Author & Speaker

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CHELSEA KROST: TV & RADIO TALK SHOW HOST AND MILLENNIAL LIFESTYLE EXPERT

Empowering Millennials to make their voices heard is the passion of 23 year-old Chelsea Krost, entrepreneur, radio and TV talk show host, writer, Executive Producer and certified health coach. Chelsea has appeared on Anderson with Anderson Cooper, Wendy Williams, The Today Show, The Tyra Banks Show, Bloomberg News, Good Day New York, and several other top media outlets. Chelsea is the millennial correspondent for Answers.com, Galtime.com and PattiKnows.com. In addition, Chelsea is a contributor with Cosmopolitan, Seventeen and Self Magazine.

Chelsea is currently launching her first startup company Mpulse. Mpulse is an app created by Millennials for Millennials that revolutionizes the way an entire generation consumes news. Mpulse will break down headlines and social issues facing our generation in a way relatable to Millennials as well as provide resources and insight on how to be proactive. This will be accomplished via the Mpulse app with a website as a secondary platform.

The Chelsea Krost Show made its television debut in March of 2013. The show provided a platform for today’s hot topics, trends and issues that affect Millennials. Studio City is currently shopping The Chelsea Krost Show for national syndication.

The Chelsea Krost Show – radio show offers a compelling, informative and balanced view through a rotating panel of young adults, guest celebrities and experts: now on BlogTalkRadio

For the past three years, Chelsea has served as the Millennial spokesperson for U by Kotex. In addition, Chelsea has been a brand ambassador/spokesperson for such notable and diverse brands as Intel, Resume Bear, Mastercard, BCBG, Popcap Games, Kyocera and the Ad Council.

Chelsea has served on mission trips in Africa, Peru, Joplin Missouri, and South Africa. Recently, Chelsea traveled to Kenya as a Social Influencer with Intel Corporation’s “Intel for Change” program.

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