Five Questions with Chelsea Siefert, Quonset’s new COO

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Quonset’s new Chief Operating Officer Chelsea Siefert recently spoke with Providence Business News about her top priorities in her new role. Siefert shared her vision for the future of Quonset, including the Port of Davisville’s $234.5 million dollar master plan that includes critical new offshore wind infrastructure, and continuing to help Quonset businesses grow at the Park.

“In my new role, I’m looking forward to working with our team at Quonset to continue delivering world-class infrastructure for the 229 companies at the Park and expanding on the $5.9 billion in economic output generated by the Park every year,” Siefert said.

Click here to read Chelsea’s 5 Questions column.

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Great to celebrate last week’s groundbreaking with the Rhode Island Air National Guard, @SenJackReed, @Rep_Magaziner & @ChrisCallahanRI.

Quonset will deliver a world-class facility worthy of the men and women of the 143rd Airlift Wing and their mission.

Joined @RINationalGuard to break ground on the new 143rd Airlift Wing Headquarters. I was proud to secure $46M to build a state-of-the-art HQ at Quonset Air Base that will help @143dAW improve training & readiness for our pilots & crews as they carry out critical missions.

Quonset is the proud home of the 143rd Airlift Wing of the Rhode Island Air National Guard.

Today, QDC Managing Director Steven J. King joined @SenJackReed, @Rep_Magaziner, @ChrisCallahanRI and local leaders to celebrate the groundbreaking of their new Quonset headquarters!


Quonset company @EdesiaNutrition received a remarkable gift this holiday season — $137 million from the Bezos family.

These funds will double Edesia's lifesaving efforts and allow their team to feed 10 million children around the world each year.

"It would be an understatement to say that we're excited for what the future holds for offshore wind and clean energy here in the Ocean State." -- @GovDanMcKee

WATCH 🎥our progress #BuildingRevWind ⬇️

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