She is a radio & television talk show host and producer, as well as a philanthropic spokesperson, a consultant, and book author Radio In 2008 through 2011, Krost wrote and produced Teen Talk Live, a teen-oriented radio show on WBZT 1230 Department of Administration and Management, Palm Beaches" Talk Station, Boca Raton, Florida. Themed "Our Voice, Our Opinion, Our Time to Talk," Krost discussed subject matter specific to the teenagers of her generation.
Guests on the radio show included experts.
In 2012, the show was renamed to The Chelsea Krost Radio Show, when the first episode for the re branded show was produced and aired in November on Blog Talk Radio. Online Media She is a regular contributor to Life, Love & Shopping, a subsidiary of The Daily Buzz.
Krost is also a contributor for online programming including Answers.com, Galtime.com. She is also a regular contributing blogger for Intel for Change, as well as being a commentator for MasterCard Print Media In 2011, Krost published A Reflection of My Teenage Experience in an Extraordinary Life.
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In June 2011 and 2012, Krost co-produced and hosted the New York City Women"s Empowerment Summit with Very Important Person Talent Connect. Offering color commentary in print and online, Krost discussed the details of this one-day conference. During Advertising Week in September 2013, in New York, New York, Krost served as a contributing panelist for Cosmopolitan Magazine"s marketing to millennials break out session called, “Mission-Perception: Disrupting Millennial Myths and Stereotypes." Krost is a contributor and spokesperson for MasterCard.com"s newsroom.
In 2009, Krost became a spokesperson for U by Kotex, publishing six blogs for the organization from January, 2010 through October, 2013 on a variety of subjects about gynecological education and well-being.
As U by Kotex spokesperson, Krost traveled to Nairobi, Africa in 2009 to educate young women about sanitary hygiene products and the importance of staying in school. She delivered feminine hygiene products to the HEART Freedom for Girls Program and the Nyumbani Children’s Home.
The 10-day journey was documented for Columbia Broadcasting System and FOX news affiliates in Florida through a four-part special called “Mission to Africa.” Since then, Krost has been a part of mission trips to Peru, Joplin Missouri, and South Africa serving an educational role for young women. In addition, she volunteers her time with SOS Children"s Villages, Girls for A Change, The Unicorn Foundation, Africa Heart, and Dream Sponsors, Incorporated.