Chloe Evans-Cross joined the Schott Foundation for Public Education in June 2016. As Communications Fellow on the Program and Advocacy team, Chloe supports the foundation’s resource delivery strategy, including the provision of communication and policy supports for grantee partners.
Chloe received her bachelor of arts from Wake Forest University in May 2015, with a major in communication and a double minor in sociology and schools, education, and society. At Wake Forest she began fusing her interest in communication with her passion for educational equity as Vice President of Public Relations for H.O.P.E. (Helping to Overcome Physical Expectations), and as a Guidance Counseling Intern at Mount Tabor High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
After graduating from Wake Forest, Chloe spent July to December of 2015 teaching English in Argentina. Chloe is currently in the master’s program at New York University for educational leadership, politics, and advocacy.