Chelsea Villines


Inspirational speaker, advocate for those with disabilities, boymom, wife, dental hygienist and associate executive director at Monat .

My Story

Read more about my story, what inspires me and how I am making an impact with my work and public speaking.

Signing Saturday

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Boy Mom Tips

Read more about my experience as a mom, where I share my favourite tips from daily challenges and lessons.

Dental Hygiene Tips

Learn how to better talk care of your dental hygiene, by following my tips as a dental hygienist.

Public Speaking

Invite me to speak at your next event and inspire your audience on inclusivity and disability awareness.

Hair Products

Learn how to better take care of your hair, by talking to me about Monat products.

10 Ways to better inclusivity

Download my free guide on how to better include those with disabilities in business and our daily lives.



My name is Chelsea and I was born 30+ years ago. 

I am happily married to an amazing man who puts up with the crazy me. I am a BOYmom of 3 and expecting baby #4 in May. 

 I am deaf! Yes you read that right. I’m not from Germany like I tell people when they ask about my accent (although it’s pretty funny seeing their facial expressions). I wasn’t born deaf, I lost my hearing at the age around 18 months from a fall down a flight of stairs. My parents gave up trying to find out the main cause and just realized it’s what the lord had in plans for me!

I grew up in the public school system and excelled in sports and academics. Thanks to my amazing family and teachers and friends! I seriously wouldn’t be who I am without them!!

So wife, mama… and I’m a dental hygienist! Yes I love cleaning dirty teeth and trying to help you improve your oral health (even though you don’t want to listen to me). 

I’m also a shampoo rep! I love helping people have a healthy head of hair so if you need help- I’m you’re girl! I always love proving people wrong and being a successful deaf mama!!!

Have a blessed day 

Public Speaking

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"Chelsea is a one of a kind woman. As someone who has a hearing impairment to take a microphone and take to the stage that puts things into perspective for you. It's empowering to hear her humorous and very relatable stories that have a lesson in each word."

Adina Kroll, Business Coach, Author 

"I don't have many deaf people in my life, but Chelsea is one of them. I was fortunate enough to meet her at an event in London and boy can this woman work the room. She had everyone in fits of laughter with her vibrant personality and ability to communicate her message so loud and clear. She is an example that barriers are all in our own head and are as big as we decide they are. I caught up with her after she spoke at the event and she was equally amazing company off stage as well as on stage. If you are seeking an inspirational woman to speak at your event, Chelsea is perfect."

Denise Mortimer, Business Coach, Speaker, Author

"Chelsea is truly an incredible woman. She is always positive, happy and lights up the room with her infectious energy wherever she goes. I had the pleasure of hosting Chelsea at our event in London as a guest of honour and within seconds she warmed up with the audience from stage and made them laugh out loud with her effortless presence. She doesn’t take herself too seriously and is passionate about inspiring others to live beyond limits. "

Raimonda Jankunaite, Entrepreneur, Mentor, Speaker

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My most recent blog posts 

My Life as Boy-mom

Those of you that have one, two, three, or even seven boys will understand what I mean by this – boys can be the sweetest human beings one minute and become the most destructive human force on this earth the next minute. Just the other day, I was making breakfast for...

When I Was Born I Didn’t Have a Disability

When I was born, all 5 of my senses (eyes, ears, mouth, nose, and touch) worked! At the age of 18 months, I lost one of my senses due to a fall. My sense of HEARING no longer worked. Of course, being the ornery 2 year old I was, I did not let it affect my way of life....

My Story

Looking BEYOND My Disability Merriam-Webster defines DISABILITY as a physical, mental, cognitive, or developmental condition that impairs, interferes with, or limits a person’s ability to engage in certain tasks or actions or participate in typical daily activities...

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