Chelsea Langston Bombino
Director of Strategic Engagement for the Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance.
Chelsea Langston-Bombino joined the Center for Public Justice as the Director of Membership and Equipping for the Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance (IRFA) in January 2015. In this role, Chelsea focuses on equipping faith-based organizations to advance their religious freedom by living out their faith-based missions, in their public policy engagement, their organizational practices, and through cultivating positive public perceptions.
Before joining IRFA, Chelsea served as Learning Director for Maryland Nonprofits where she was responsible for collaborating with staff, members and key community stakeholders to facilitate educational and capacity building opportunities and collaboration across Maryland Nonprofits’ diverse membership. Prior to that Chelsea served at the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) in Washington, D.C., as Manager of Education and Development.
Chelsea has also served as the Legal Services Manager for Common Ground, a community mental health organization in Michigan called Common Ground and worked as a fellow for the Irish Center for Human Rights in Galway, Ireland. She currently serves as an adjunct professor at Pepperdine's DC campus teaching Nonprofit Management and is also the Early Childhood Ministry Coordinator for Potomac Valley Assembly Church. Chelsea holds a B.A and a J.D from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and is a member of the State of Michigan Bar Association. She is married to Josh and lives in Maryland.
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