Chelsea Racelis wants to have an impact on the world. And while her Michigan Ross education may help her do that, she’s already making an impact on the school while she’s here.
Growing up in Ann Arbor, Chelsea wasn’t sure she wanted to stay in town and go to college at the University of Michigan. But she came to realize that Michigan was the perfect place to combine her interest in international studies and human rights with a business education, all at a top-tier university.
“It ended up being kind of a no-brainer,” she says now. “Being able to do human rights and international studies along with business, and try to find a bridge between the two, has been something that Michigan allowed me to do. I don’t know if I would have been able to do that at another university. There are just so many opportunities at Michigan.”