Boston University, 2020 J.D.
Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office
Chloe summarized and analyzed important bills in the Policy and Government Division for the Attorney General’s Office. Additionally, Chloe collaborated on a training program that will help prepare every municipal officer in Massachusetts to investigate reports of cruelty to animals.
Chloe graduated from Marquette University in 2015, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa. Before law school, Chloe served as a Jesuit Volunteer Corps member at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project in rural Washington State, working with migrant farmworkers and victims of domestic violence. Her family’s history and her experience as a Jesuit Volunteer sparked her passion for immigration policy. The summer before her Fellowship, she interned at Kids In Need of Defense, assisting unaccompanied minors to obtain Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.