Chelsey Veturis Baker is the Chief Operating Officer of Sister Act Media. A veteran content marketing strategist, she oversees an arsenal of consumer-facing, branded social media profiles including pages on Facebook with more than 4.72 million fans – and accounts on Twitter with more than 42,000 followers. Named one of the “100 Greatest Women in Social Media,” Chelsey positions companies on the first pages of Google. She’s an Elite Member of Yelp, a “Top 50 Tweep to Follow,” an official Huffington Post “Female Geek,” and an inaugural keynote speaker for the O.C. Social Media Summit. As a new media correspondent she’s covered events for the Cameron Siemers Foundation, HomeAid Orange County, Irvine Public Schools Foundation, Operation Smile, Saddleback Church, Style Week OC and Warriors for Freedom. Social Media is a powerful tool that Chelsey has used and continues to use in various ways to attract, inform and promote ideas, places, and things.
Rochelle Veturis Coles is the Chief Executive Officer of Sister Act Media. She works with entrepreneurs, high-level communicators, business and government organizations to get them up to speed with the “socialmediasphere” through seminars and private coaching. Rochelle has been recognized as a “Twitter Powerhouse,” a “Social Media Pioneer,” and Orange County’s “Queen of Twitter” by various media outlets; including MSNBC. A former member of the media, she is the creator and co-producer of Orange County’s first large-scale social media summit—an event which drew more than 1,200 attendees and took over Twitter as a “trending topic.” Her corporate communications background makes her a valuable resource for social media strategy for B2B organizations. She’s worked with the American Institute of Architects, the California State Controller’s Office, the Children’s Hospital of Orange County, the Council of Educational Facility Planners International, First 5 California, Mobility 21 Southern California Transportation Summit, Saddleback Church, and The Irvine Company, to name a few.