Community Development Specialist
Charitable Financial Specialist
Community Development & Economic Recovery Specialist
Cory was born and raised in New Albany, IN. After attending Indiana University and Indiana University Southeast for his undergraduate and graduate studies, he worked in Indianapolis for the Indiana Department of Education as their Deputy Director of Government Affairs. Immediately prior to joining River Hills, Cory worked for the Ivy Tech Foundation at their Sellersburg, IN campus. Cory is passionate about our community and serves on several boards and commissions to give back as much as possible. He and his lovely wife, Alyssa, currently live in Floyd County. They love to travel and to take their lab, Remi, to their cabin at Patoka Lake.
Nick has lived in the region for the past 8 years and currently resides in Jeffersonville, IN. He earned a Master of Urban Planning from the University of Louisville where he focused on economic and community development. He interned at the Louisville Metro long range planning department and has worked with several non-profit organizations. Nick currently is the President of the Friends of the Ohio River Greenway and is a board member on the Indiana Greenways Foundation. He has worked for River Hills for over 5 years. He has been a volunteer soccer coach with the YMCA and with Clark County Soccer Association where he has coached his 4 sons. He enjoys traveling and camping with his wife, Kelli Selzer, and their family.
Chelsea was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Geaux Tigers! She graduated from Southeastern Louisiana University and served as the State Citizen Corps Coordinator for the Louisiana Governor’s Office before moving to Southern Indiana in 2012. Chelsea has worked for River Hills for over 5 years, and currently resides in Clark County with her husband, Zane, and their two daughters, Haley and Finnlee. She is a member of the Southern Indiana Partnership Council for The Center for Women and Families, a director for the Friends of the Ohio River Greenway, and a volunteer for the Girls Scouts of Kentuckiana. Chelsea considers herself an amateur hiker, an avid sports fan, and a connoisseur of horror films and true crime podcasts.
Melissa was raised for the better part of her childhood in Austin, IN. She earned her B.A. in Political Science from Indiana University Southeast and immediately started working at River Hills following graduation. She remained on staff for over 11 years before moving on professionally to the non-profit world. She most recently worked for the American Printing House for the Blind as the Director of Grants. Having a heart for community work, Melissa returned to River Hills in 2020. She is a member of the Scott County Community Foundation Board and serves on the Executive Committee. Melissa resides in Scott County with her husband, Chris, and daughter, Cree. They enjoy spending time with family and friends and are avid fans of IU Basketball and the Pittsburgh Steelers.