About the Author

Kelsey Seidler

Kelsey Seidler

Kelsey Seidler serves as the managing editor, digital, at LPM Media Group/LP Magazine. In its 16th publishing year, LP Magazine is the leader in news and educational publication for the loss prevention professional.

Prior to her work with LPM, she served as a managing editor for two trade publications in the manufacturing industry. Responsibilities included content development and editorial planning, content optimization and search engine optimization, e-newsletter production, creation, layout, and design, social engagement and more. .

Kelsey has recently finalized a master’s degree in technology and communication through the University of North Carolina’s School of Media and Journalism focusing on digital media technology, journalism, design and strategic communication. Kelsey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Denison University in Granville, Ohio, where she graduated cum laude. While at Denison, Kelsey worked on a number of large-scale projects that advanced her interests in digital media and developed her skills with emerging technologies, including digital photography and podcasting.

Kelsey is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina, and belongs to several professional and community-focused organizations, including the American Society of Business Press Editors, Levo League of Charlotte, the Denison Club of Charlotte, and Hands On Charlotte. You may reach her at kelseys [at] lpportal.com.

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Articles by Kelsey Seidler

5 Omni-channel Retailing Examples in 2018

Retail Industry

5 Omni-channel Retailing Examples in 2018

As online-only retailers continue to see expanded success, traditional brick-and-mortar stores must turn to new strategies to keep up with customer demand. Today’s retail environment demands that the customer shopping journey be a seamless one as it transitions from a physical store to a smartphone app to an interactive catalog (or

Where Do Retail Data Protection Issues Start?

Magazine Reviews

Where Do Retail Data Protection Issues Start?

Retail asset protection professionals are no longer responsible only for the protection of physical assets. More and more, criminal activity centers on the theft of information—whether that data is personal, financial, or even intellectual property or business-related. It behooves us, as AP and LP pros, to know where data protection