Communications + Marketing Strategist
Chloe is an experienced communications specialist with seven years in the nonprofit sector, providing strategic support to local, national, and international organizations. As an independent consultant, she has increased exposure and led marketing, digital, and public relations initiatives for organizations in the areas of education, youth development, homelessness prevention, arts, social justice, and community building.
Prior to consulting, Chloe served as Director of Communications and Marketing for Services for the UnderServed (SUS), a large human services agency that provides housing and critical support services to thousands of New Yorkers at risk of homelessness. As the first and only director of the department of a staff of 1,200, she managed all communications for the organization’s four divisions across 70 programs in New York City, and supported fundraising, community relations, and corporate and government partnerships. Chloe also worked at two communications and public affairs agencies in Washington, DC for five years. There, she managed digital branding and media relations for clients, including the National Center for Family Literacy, Center on Education Policy, and The DC Children and Youth Investment Trust Corporation.
Chloe has always been an active advocate for entrepreneurial leadership among youth and young professionals. Over the years, she has served as Executive Director of ColorComm, Advisory Board Committee Talent Lead for AdColor, and currently serves as an advisor to The Creative Mind Group.
Outside of her traditional communications consulting work, Chloe is founder and photographer of GlobaLenz Project, an initiative that connects people with global causes through pop-up photography exhibits. In partnership with international nonprofit organizations, GlobaLenz Project events feature dynamic storytelling, help raise awareness of partners’ work, and support their fundraising efforts.