Chloe Dulce Louvouezo
Chloe Dulce Louvouezo is a Congolese-American writer and advocate for women. As a storyteller, she supports creativity and belonging of underrepresented women and seeks to deepen understanding about and within communities. Chloe is the executive producer and host of the Life, I Swear podcast and author of Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories from Black Women on Identity, Healing and Self-Trust, through which she explores nuances and insights around identity, mental wellness, and healing, told through the lens of women from the Black diaspora.
Rooted in her global citizenship, Chloe’s fifteen-year career in communications has advanced diverse and inclusive storytelling at domestic and global organizations addressing education, poverty, and mental health. She currently serves as Senior Communications Officer at The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on its Public Engagement and Insights team. Prior to joining the foundation, she served as Director of Communications for Services for the Underserved, one of the largest human services agencies in New York City, and Akilah Institute for Women, a women’s college in Kigali, Rwanda.
Chloe is a founding board member of HURU, which creates sacred spaces for rest experiences that foster emotional wellbeing and wholeness. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Howard University with a concentration in Cultural Anthropology and her M.P.S. in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University. She holds a professional certificate in Diversity and Inclusion Leadership from Cornell University.
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