Chloe works across projects in health, social care and local government and has a particular interest in systems thinking and the development and implementation of ‘asset based approaches’. She has conducted qualitative research for a formative evaluation of the Community Link Worker pilot service in Wigan and designed and coordinated a webinar on ‘Making Social Prescribing Happen’ for both practitioners and system leaders. She has also worked with Devon Council to develop a vision for a user centered approach to commissioning through ethnographic research and is currently supporting the Soil Association to develop a foundation for their new ‘Food for Life’ programme that aims to improve older people’s health and wellbeing through food related experiences.
Chloe studied English and French at the University of Warwick and also holds a Master’s in Leadership for Sustainable Development at Forum for the Future and Middlesex University. During her Masters, Chloe gained experience of research, system design and innovation through work placements with Islington Council and News UK.
Prior to joining the Innovation Unit, Chloe worked for a small youth employment charity managing and delivering skills development programmes.