Chelsea Weldon - Equilibar

Chelsea Weldon

Engineering Assistant

As engineering assistant, Chelsea Weldon enables our technical staff to focus on finding the perfect fluid control solutions for the most challenging scenarios our customers bring to us.

A graduate of the University of Kentucky, Chelsea has a degree in business communication. “I’ve recognized my affinity for working for a small business ever since my first internship during my undergraduate,” she said. “I quickly appreciated the Equilibar team culture and the way everybody continues to work hard and to strive to grow the business. Sharing an office with engineers allows for a thought-provoking environment. The admiration they have for their work and design is inspiring.”

Chelsea has gone through focused training to become an ISO internal auditor and a project controller. She is now overseeing our Safety, Continuous Improvement, and Training & Competency processes and is a member of our internal quality management team, assisting regularly with document control. Perhaps even more importantly, she fosters a positive and supportive work environment for the whole team with her thoughtfulness and creative approach to problem solving. The entire workplace has benefited from her influence.

When she’s not at Equilibar, Chelsea enjoys gardening. She has many succulents and varieties of pothos that she enjoys propagating and sharing with friends and family. The challenge she enjoys from her bonsai trees is the dedication and patience that they demand. She also enjoys design through several forms of art media. Her preferred styles include painting in watercolor, acrylic, oil, and she loves to work with charcoal, different chalks, and ink.

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