Women in Business Breakfast

Women in Business Breakfast
Date Saturday, March 26, 2022
8:50 - 10:30 a.m.
FeaturingFireside Chat and Q and A with Chelsey Berstler
Location The Underground - View maps and directions
Bethel University
3900 Bethel Dr St Paul MN 55112
CostFree for students, faculty, and staff; $15 for all others.
Registration Registration is now closed.
Please register by Wednesday, March 16. No refunds will be available after this date.
SponsorsBethel University Department of Business

Event Description

Fireside Chat with Chelsey Berstler

Join us for a fireside chat and Q & A with Chelsey Berstler. And, in honor of Women’s History Month, you can visit our photo booth to create your own “Rosie the Riveter” photo.

About our guest

Chelsey Berstler is a graduate of Bethel’s Department of Business with a degree in accounting. She currently serves as Vice President of Affordability for UnitedHealthcare's Government Businesses (Medicare and Medicaid). In this role she and her team work to improve the total cost of care and ensure affordable health care access for some of the nation's most vulnerable citizens.

Chelsey joined UnitedHealth Group in 2003, and has served in a variety of Operations, Finance, and Strategy roles. Prior to joining UnitedHealth Group, Chelsey work at Arthur Andersen and served on the Bethel University Foundation Board of Governors.

Chelsey has had the unique experience of being Chief of Staff four times for six executives and their teams – first for a CFO, then two COOs, then three CEOs. In each of these roles she had the opportunity to build business acumen and to observe and learn from leaders in the top of their fields.

She’s at her best when she can utilize her leadership skills to drive results in the business. Chelsey loves that working at UHG gives her the opportunity to use her professional skills to do good for people.

Chelsey is a mother, a wife, and a caregiver. She grew up in a family that did foster care (the oldest of 75 children!) and her immediate family is formed through adoption. Her deepest passions relate to justice and antiracism, and she loves that she gets to bring that part of herself to UHG. When not working she enjoys endurance sports – she loves the satisfaction that comes with working hard to accomplish a goal.


Please contact Dr. Bethany Opsata at b-opsata@bethel.edu or 651.638.6318.