B.A. in Religion, Haverford College
M.A. in Politics and Collective Action, University of Bradford (UK)
A native of Charlottesville, Virginia, Chloe received her B.A. in Religion from Haverford College in 2007 and her M.A. in Participation, Politics and Collective Action from the University of Bradford (U.K.) in 2011. She spent several years working in community-focused arts and culture organizations in West Philly.
In 2011, she returned to Haverford College to direct the international programs with the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship. Field experiences in Nicaragua, Ghana, Morocco, Mexico City and Israel/Palestine deepened her interest in the roles that universities play in amplifying (and complicating) grassroots-led social justice work internationally and in the US.
Community Disaster Resiliency, Built Environments, Risk Perception, University-Community Partnerships