Chelsea Kasen

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88 North 100 East, Logan, UT 84321 - 213.842.7369 -

   Three years experience in cradle-to-grave fashion manufacturing and marketing
   Created a line of toddler boy clothing including cost sheets, purchase orders, expansion plans and a production
    schedule; received a superior rating for performance
   Collectively designed a male and female contemporary line of clothing including technical sketches, cost sheets,
    and production scheduling. Delegated project tasks and followed up on completion

Utah State University, Jon M. Huntsman School of Business                                                    Logan, UT
Master of Business Administration                                                                            June 2011
Vice President of Community Involvement in the MBA Association
Recipient of the Hansen Scholar: Jon M. Huntsman School of Business Scholarship

The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising                                                   Los Angeles, CA
Bachelor of Science, Business Management                                                               March 2010
Nominated for FIDM's Business Management Award; cum laude Graduate
Recipient of The Washington Companies Employee Family Scholarship Program, an academic scholarship
    Core Projects: Strategic Audit of Apollo Group; Microassesment of Adventures by Disney in New Zealand;
    Macroassesment of Romania’s suitability for FDI

The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising                                                        Los Angeles, CA
Associate of Art, Apparel Manufacturing Management                                                      September 2008
Recipient of FIDM Academic Scholarship; cum laude Graduate
    Core Projects: Created a toddler boy clothing line including technical sketches, specification sheets, cost sheets,
    purchase orders, expansion plans and production schedules

                                               CAREER HISTORY

Huntsman Foundation for the Huntsman Cancer Institute                                            Salt Lake City, UT
Marketing Consultant                                                                      January 2011 - Present
 Working with the USU MBA marketing team to create a viable marketing campaign for the Huntsman Cancer
   Institute on a state, regional, and national level
 Drive awareness of the Huntsman Cancer Institute to increase charitable donations to continue funding research
   projects completed at the Institute to find a cure for cancer

Utah State University                                                                                      Logan, UT
Teacher’s Assistant                                                                            August 2010 - Present
 Notified students about worldwide internships through email and social network sites; student and teacher
    usage of emails and social network sites increased
 Assisted in the creation of a paperless database; resulted in more efficient grading and teaching processes

Newleaf Training and Development                                                                       Valencia, CA
Intern, Part Time                                                                      January 2010-February 2010
 Facilitated the process of developing training and development programs for Newleaf clients
 Analyzed the profitability of transforming Newleaf’s public seminars into online webinars; forecasted costs,
    created plan to implement webinar program; presented findings to Newleaf employees at the completion of the
88 North 100 East, Logan, UT 84321 - 213.842.7369 -

The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM)                                             Los Angeles, CA
Tutor, Part Time                                                                         October 2008-March 2010
 Tutored students in the following subjects: Ownership and Finance, Production Control and Planning, Computer
    Grading Marking and Cutting, and Financial Accounting; students received high marks as a result of tutoring
 Completed business plans for knit-goods manufacturer and plus size boutique; both received above superior

Artmosphere                                                                                             Los Angeles, CA
Accessory Showroom Assistant                                                                   February 2008-May 2008
 Revised inventory strategy; sold old inventory, analyzed which accessories were most popular and wrote
    production orders according to findings. Inventory levels stabilized, and profits realized
 Updated customer database and strengthened customer relationships; ensured repeat customer’s contact
    information was accurate, identified new customers, and provided personable service which resulted in the
    increase of purchase orders

Bebe                                                                                             Long Beach, CA
Fashion Show Dresser                                                                               August 2007
 Assisted designers and event planners by dressing models in correct wardrobe pieces between runway walks;
    models dressed under the allotted time frame, and without damaging clothing

Alliance Data Systems                                                                           Westminster, CO
Senior Credit Representative, Full Time                                                   August 2006-June 2007
 Retained customer accounts by addressing customer’s concerns in an efficient and respectable manner
 Trained new Alliance Data employees; employees performed accurately, with fewer errors than peers
 Promoted to Senior Credit Representative within 7 months and earned incentive pay every month

SNAP! Purses by Chelsea Kasen                                                                      Thornton, CO
Owner, Designer                                                                           June 2003-August 2006
 Pitched product to boutique owners and other clients; resulted in immediate orders and purchases
 Purses made with unconventional materials and designs resulting in a high demand for the purses
 Negotiated prices with boutique owners to maximize profits
 Stopped production to focus on education

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