Chloe supports the Learning and Evaluation team in providing accurate and useful data, analysis, and data visualization for programmatic and organizational learning.
She brings a decade of experience collecting and using data to inform her work with children, families and advocates who are navigating the U.S. legal system to this role. Prior to joining Houston Endowment, Chloe served as one of 15 policy fellows with the Network for Social Work Management. As a fellow, she collected and analyzed immigration data sets in support of her research, Towards Equitable Access to Humanitarian Protection for Immigrant Youth. She has also held positions as a senior staff attorney and supervising attorney at the Children’s Immigration Law Academy in addition to practicing law at both Gray Reed & McGraw and Tahirih Justice Center and teaching social policy analysis at the University of Houston. Previously, Chloe also served two years with AmeriCorps at Literacy First in Austin. In 2018, she joined New Leaders Council-Houston as a fellow, and currently serves as the Houston chapter co-chair.
In her spare time, Chloe enjoys exploring Texas state parks with her husband and two dogs in their camper. She also is a skilled cross stitcher and enjoys creating presents for her family and friends.
In 2022, Chloe completed the Data Analytics Fellowship with Pragmatic Institute/Data Incubator. In 2012, she was awarded a J.D. from the University of Houston. She also earned a master’s degree in social work from UH and in 2019, was recognized by the UH Graduate College of Social Work as one of 50 alumni who embodies the school’s social justice vision. In addition, Chloe holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Rice University.