We had the good fortune of connecting with Chelsea Dilworth and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Chelsea, what are you inspired by?
The youth! Hands down when I thought about building this nonprofit I thought about everyone eighteen years or younger and how impressionable they are, how much they need positive and reassuring guidance.
Alright, so let’s move onto what keeps you busy professionally?
I keep myself busy by promoting and speaking of The Whisper Project. People are genuinely interested and parents ask questions on how to approach different topics with their children. It means there is room for communication, just a struggle on how to present such a touchy topic.
Any places to eat or things to do that you can share with our readers? If they have a friend visiting town, what are some spots they could take them to?
This is tough! Houston is filled with so much culture and life and great food. I would definitely start them with brunch at Sixty vines Houston, hop around to a couple food trucks like the Houston Sauce Pit, they have amazing vegan food, take a walk on one of the many trails like memorial park or Herman Park. Check out Discovery Green Park, head to 51fifteen and close the night at Sugar or Loft18
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
I have to shoutout Monica Jones and LouJean Guy. Monica’s expertise, patience, knowledge and open eye really help me develope multiple perspectives on how to go about expanding The Whisper Project Presents. LouJean, is phenomenal with filing for a 501(c)3 status, we actually had to do everything a second time because of covid, even then she was knowledgeable on how to proceed online. They were and are two of the best women to work with.