Chloe graduated with her Master of Public Administration this Spring 2021. She currently works at Watershed Management Group as the Communications and Development Associate, after starting as an intern in Fall 2019. Although she has been a jack-of-all-trades throughout her advancement, her current duties include writing and supporting engaging, mission-driven communications to volunteers, community members, and funders, developing strategies and procedures for more effective communication and development, and even web coding!
Chloe has also worked at the University of Arizona on-and-off for several years and is currently a TA at the School of Theatre, Film, and Television. She has also been a GA at the Water Resources Research Center, a Standardized Patient at the College of Medicine, and as an Instructional Specialist in the Classics Department, where she taught and produced full productions of Euripides' Trojan Women and Seneca's Agamemnon with students.
In 2016, Chloe graduated Summa Cum Laude with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Studies with an emphasis in Film and Television. With a few professional credits, she has primarily worked as a dramaturg, director, stage manager, and costume designer. She currently serves on the board of the Tucson Fringe Festival and appreciates her access to amazing performers. With an interest in political theatre—especially Latin American Theatre of the Oppressed and post-war German theatre—she hopes to use performance and storytelling as a tool to better implement public programs to effectively, equitably, and justly meet the needs of communities served.
Feel free to connect with her on LinkedIn! https://www.linkedin.com/in/chloeloos/