Chloe was born and raised in Philadelphia, but headed south for college. New Orleans became her home for a spirited and unforgettable six years. While in school, she traveled to South Africa, where she experienced and studied multiculturalism, both inside and outside of the classroom. She also spent her summers leading teen adventure and leadership programs at a camp in Oregon. After graduation, she stayed in New Orleans and worked in outdoor education, taking students canoeing, camping, and generally spending every day having fun. Her travels have brought her all over the world, including Costa Rica, Ghana, Brazil, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Azerbaijan, Iceland and parts of Europe. She now lives in Colorado, working in the Global Works home office. Chloe fills the rest of her time by strolling her neighborhood with a cup of coffee, dancing whenever possible, and exploring her beautiful surroundings
Where did you grow up?
Where do you call home now?
Year started at Global Works?
What’s your favorite part about leading trips?
Fostering the experience for eager young people to discover the magic in seeing the world and connecting with local communities
What’s something you can’t live without while you are traveling?
Tell us about a favorite memory from a trip you have taken
Sitting in the Fijian village of Nativi and listening to one of our participants and some local children sing “We Shall Overcome” in both Fijian and English
Where is your favorite place you have traveled to?
How do you pick?! Travelling to Ghana as a teenager was definitely the most impactful.
What do you like to do in your free time?
Play rugby, dance it up with mis amigos, and go on adventures!
What languages do you speak?
A lot of English, un poco Español
If you had to give one piece of advice or words of encouragement to someone on their first travel experience, what would it be?
Take it on with enthusiasm and an open mind!