Chelsea F. Johnson Muir is an Educator and the Head Girls Basketball Coach at Amos P. Godby High School in Tallahassee, Florida. Here, she teaches Biology, Physical Science and Advance Placement Environmental Science. She has taught for seven years and has coached for eleven years.
Chelsea is a 2005 Alumna of Amos P. Godby High School, which is what motivates her to mold young people, daily. Along with teaching and coaching, she championed “Cougar Kings,” a program geared towards the development and mentoring of young men. Chelsea believes that all students want to learn and be successful; they just need guidance, love and someone to believe in them. Through education, Chelseawas awarded as the 2017 Distinguished Educator of the Year, and was named one of the Top Educators of America, 2019-2020 by The Who’s Who Directories.
Chelsea holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology and a minor in Chemistry from Livingstone College. Here, she was a Four-Year Letter winner and Point Guard for the Lady Blue Bears Women’s Basketball Team. She graduated with honors and reigned as Miss Livingstone College 2008-2009. She also holds a Master of Education in Educational Leadership from Louisiana State University-Shreveport where she graduated with a 4.0 Grade Point Average.
Chelsea is a member of various organizations. She is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, The National Society of Leadership and Success, The Florida Athletic Coaches Association, and The Coaches’ Coalition. In 2019, Chelsea was inducted into the Association of Godby Graduates Hall of Fame in the Athletics Category, for her hard work and successful career in sports.
Chelsea is the creator of The Coaches Bible Study, which is a Servant Leadership guided webinar session for coaches and leaders to learn how to better serve those that we lead. This endeavor has allowed her to speak with numerous collegiate coaches and professionals about their views of Servant Leadership, and how they apply it to their current roles.
Chelsea is a member of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Tallahassee, Florida. Here she sings in the church’s United Voices Mass Choir, and the Young Adult Chorale. Her faith is the most important thing to her. Being a Brain Aneurysm Survivor fuels her faith and goal of sharing the word of God to whomever may listen.
Chelsea was born in Marietta, Georgia and raised in both Tallahassee and Midway, Florida. She is the daughter of Vicki Muse Johnson and the granddaughter of the late James and Earnestine Muse of Midway, Florida. She is married to Alwayne Muir.