Chloe grew up in Santa Barbara, California, and graduated from Williams College with a degree in Arabic studies and religion. While at Williams, her work focused on representations of violence and national identity in popular culture, and her language study took her to programs in Egypt and Yemen. After graduating, Chloe moved to New York, where she worked as a playwright and arts administrator. As a writer, her work has been produced at venues across the city, and her play about the Manhattan Project, “Obedient Steel,” was a finalist for the National Playwrights Conference at the O’Neill. Chloe also spent several years as co-artistic director of Tugboat Collective, and literary manager of UglyRhino Productions, before joining Theatre Communications Group, a national arts-service nonprofit focused on issues of equity and diversity, funding, and governance in the field. She is excited to broaden her interest in community engagement by focusing her studies on urban policy and planning at the Woodrow Wilson School. In her free time, Chloe enjoys podcasts, cooking, and the good parts of the internet.