Chelsea Goldinger comes to Kasirer with a keen immersion in and knowledge of New York state government and politics.
Most recently, Chelsea served as community affairs and digital communications coordinator at the New York Department of State, where she managed all of the department’s digital platforms, including planning and executing multiple outreach campaigns. She also helped draft research and policy memos, and she was integral in planning the 1,000-person National Immigration Integration Conference (NIIC), held in Brooklyn in 2015 and the nation’s largest immigration conference.
Before joining the New York Department of State, Chelsea worked for Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s reelection campaign as a finance associate. She maintained financial records for three statewide campaign accounts, incorporating matters of compliance, internal vetting, data entry and public reporting. She also helped to plan and staff more than 50 fundraising and political events, including two sexual assault awareness and advocacy discussions that were later used as models statewide. Chelsea also served as the campaign’s volunteer coordinator; in this capacity, she was responsible for implementing the Manhattan Get Out the Vote (GOTV) strategy.
Prior to the campaign, Chelsea interned for Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Executive Chamber and for the New York State Democratic Party during the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.
She graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.