One thing to know about Chloe is that she loves food. She calls it “the ultimate icebreaker [that] really brings people together for some of the best memories.“
A recent graduate of Johnson and Wales University, Chloe was looking for something that would prepare her for the next stage of her life, not just fill in a calendar year. The more she learned about Volunteer Maryland and the Maryland Food Bank, the surer she was that serving as Volunteer Maryland Coordinator was right for her. With a degree in Nutrition and Culinary Arts, Chloe had already served with food banks, most recently in Michigan.
A strong advocate for education and public health, particularly in the nutrition field, Chloe has held culinary internships at both the University of Minnesota and Tulane University. She is an alum of the AmeriCorps Scholarships for Service program, which enabled her to serve with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
Chloe plans to become a registered dietician, and she wants to use her experience as a VM Coordinator to set herself apart as “someone who has and will continue to fully commit to making positive change in a community.”