Since joining CCS, Chloe has partnered with a wide range of clients in the education, advocacy, arts and culture, and religious sectors providing counsel on capital campaign planning, annual fund management, and special fundraising events. Chloe specializes in conducting strategic development assessments and providing interim management support. Most recently she has acted as Chief Development Officer for Physicians for Human Rights and supported Georgetown University with an assessment of the largest campaign effort in their history, charting the path to a $3BN goal. Chloe has enabled her clients to exceed annual fundraising goals, outperform historical giving day targets, launch new giving vehicles, and double participation rates of priority donor groups.
Chloe began her career at HRH Prince Charles’s charity The Prince’s Trust. There, Chloe was responsible for stewarding relationships with a portfolio of high-profile corporate supporters. More recently, Chloe served as an executive director for a national UK education non-profit where she was accountable for the organization’s operations, sustainability, and growth. While in post, Chloe enabled the organization to move away from a grant-based financial structure towards a revenue-generating sales of service model, in part by increasing the base of fee-paying members by 25%. During her tenure, Chloe was instrumental in strengthening the organization’s resource base with successful bids to government agencies, philanthropic trusts, and corporations. Since moving to the US, Chloe has advised the leadership teams of several US and UK based non-profits and public service organizations as an independent consultant. Notable clients include Dress for Success Worldwide and Her Majesty’s Government Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office.
Chloe holds an MBA from Henley Business School, a Masters in Non-Profit Accounting and Financial Management from Cass Business School, and a Bachelor of Science in Social Psychology from Loughborough University. Chloe lives in New York City with her husband and daughter.
select client partners
- MoMA PS1
- Georgetown University
- Physicians for Human Rights
- The Ethel Walker School
- Ethical Culture Fieldston School
- Church of Heavenly Rest
- Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States
- The Harvard Crimson