Chelsea Langston Bombino

Resident Fellow, The Center for Public Justice

Chelsea Langston Bombino is a fellow with the Center for Public Justice (CPJ), focusing on developing literacy of the importance of religious freedom for faith-based organizations of diverse faiths and mission areas. 

Chelsea served for almost six years in a full-time role with CPJ, most recently as the director of Sacred Sector and co-director of the Institutional Religious Freedom Alliance. She also served as acting CEO for the Center for Public Justice during summer 2020. Chelsea has also worked as the learning director for Maryland Nonprofits, as well as the manager of education and development for the National Association of Consumer Advocates. She has also taught a nonprofit management course at Pepperdine University. She is currently serving as a Program Officer with the Fetzer Institute, as well as a contributing writer for Religion Unplugged. Chelsea volunteers to serve on the boards of First Amendment Voice and Young Leaders Institute. She is a wife to Joshua and a mother to Benjamin and Samuel, who has gone to be with Jesus.

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Chelsea Langston


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