Chloe is a Senior Advisor in BIT’s International Programmes team. Her work has focused on the application of behavioural insights to public policy with international organisations and foreign governments in France, Bosnia-Herzegovina, India, Myanmar and Nigeria on issues ranging from access to health and employment through to peace-building and social cohesion.
Chloe is a Senior Advisor in the International Programmes Team. Her work has focused on the application of behavioural insights to public policy with international organisations and foreign governments in France, India and Myanmar on issues ranging from access to health and employment through to peace-building. Before joining BIT, Chloe was a Campaign Director for the largest UK business-led membership organisation dedicated to responsible business. She engaged in high-level consultations with business leaders and policy-makers to create high-profile campaigns and evidence-based tools, products and services that foster gender equality, diversity and inclusion at work.
In 2019, she was awarded the ‘Disruptor of the Year’ award for her work on gender equality. Prior to that, she worked on programmes to prevent violence against women and girls in the United Nations Pacific Multi-Country Office and co-created a social enterprise for survivors of violence with one of the largest NGOs promoting women’s rights in Thailand.
Chloe holds a MSc in Social Anthropology from the LSE, an MA in International Development & Conflict Resolution from Sciences Po Lille, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Behaviour Change from UCL. She loves reading, practicing yoga, travelling and talking about wellbeing, and was recently certified as a Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) Instructor. UCL.