Arts Education Strategy Fellow
Chloe is a second-year Master in Public Affairs candidate at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School, where she focuses on urban policy, program evaluation, and health justice. Her work at the Burke Foundation is informed by both her policy training and her previous experience in the arts. Chloe received a B.A. in Arabic Studies and Religion from Williams College, where she completed an honors thesis on representations of terrorism in American and Palestinian cinema. She then spent six years working as an arts practitioner and administrator in New York City, most recently at Theatre Communications Group, where she focused on board governance, equity and inclusion, and other issues facing TCG's 500+ member organizations. In support of her studies at the Woodrow Wilson School, Chloe has also worked on projects to increase access to health and social services with the New York City Mayor's Office and the Office of the Governor of Colorado. She is interested in leveraging the arts as a policy tool to increase civic engagement and to empower both communities and individuals.