Chloe is originally from Santa Barbara, California. She received her bachelor’s in Arabic studies and religion from Williams College, where she studied abroad in Yemen and Egypt and completed a thesis on representations of terrorism in American and Palestinian film. Prior to Princeton, Chloe spent six years working as a theater artist and arts advocate. She produced shows across New York, helped run a monthly new work series in Brooklyn, advocated for more equitable processes within theater institutions, and was an O’Neill finalist for her play about the Manhattan Project. At WWS, her work focuses on urban policy, economic inequality, and expanded access to social services. Most recently, Chloe worked with the Project Management team at the NYC Mayor’s Office of Operations, where her portfolio included projects on government uses of big data, criminal justice reform, worker safety, and expanded access to city services for non-English speakers. In her free time, she enjoys podcasts, running and the good parts of the internet.