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CHELSEA E. HUNT

Senior Associate

Chelsea (Edwards) Hunt is a seasoned TV journalist with more than a decade of experience reporting from coast to coast. She has genuine passion for people and their stories, and is thrilled to bring her energy, enthusiasm and interviewing skills to the world of executive search.

Prior to The Alexander Group, Ms. Hunt (using her maiden name Chelsea Edwards) was a reporter and anchor for ABC 7 Eyewitness News, Los Angeles’ number one news station. During her tenure there, she conducted thousands of interviews on a wide range of subjects from politics to law to entertainment; often covering stories on several different topics on the same day. She was on the front lines of every major disaster in the region over the last three years, gaining the trust of people living in communities ravaged by fires, storms, and mudslides and sharing their stories. Before joining ABC, Ms. Hunt was a correspondent for CBS Newspath as well as stations in New York and Arkansas. Prior to her network experience, Ms. Hunt was the Los Angeles Police Department beat reporter for City News Service, the nation’s largest regional wire service.

Ms. Hunt earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science from Chapman University. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, three step-kids, and golden retriever named Cali Peluche. 
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What do you love about your work?

I love hearing people’s stories. I get excited to find out what makes a person tick, delve into their background and learn about their experiences, achievements and goals for the future.

What’s the single most important thing a prospective client needs to know about you?

I am relentless.

What’s the best piece of advice (personal or professional) you’ve ever received?

My late godfather Richard Carlson, author of the “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff” book series, used to say, “You are what you practice most.” I have carried that thought with me throughout my professional and personal life. It is a great reminder to step back, reevaluate and adjust as necessary.