Immersed in the arts her whole life, Chloe has cultivated diverse interests across genres. Her sense of purpose to connect communities through creativity has guided her fulfilling career. Being entrepreneurial & collaborative she has excelled in strategic & leadership positions. As Project Manager Arts & Culture with Local Government NSW, Chloe advises 152 councils, representing their arts & cultural policy interests to peak bodies & government. She manages the LGNSW Arts & Cultural Development Program including sector development forums, summit & awards. Chloe delivered a program of 22 events as part of Vivid Ideas 2014, promoting the broad roles of Local Government in Arts and Culture. The program is funded by Arts NSW. She represents NSW councils on the executive of the National Local Government Cultural Forum. As Community Planner Cultural Development for Port Stephens Council, Chloe identified priorities & integrated them through Council policy and planning frameworks. She established the Culture Port Stephens Network, partnering with community, business & Government. She established the Mezzanine Gallery with a program of month exhibitions showcasing local artists and community arts initiatives. As Great Lakes Council's Integrated Planning Coordinator, Chloe established the integrated planning framework. She delivered a community and stakeholder engagement process to identify local priorities including a series of community workshops and survey. While GLC's Community Development Coordinator she established & managed the Community Grants Program, Children's Services and the Community Development Team through securing multiple sources of funding. As the Health Promotion Officer for Injury Prevention & Safety Promotion for the Mid North Coast Area Health Service, Chloe established the Great Lakes Community Safety Network and coordinated the NSW Falls Injury Prevention Network. For MNCAHS Child & Adolescent Mental Health, Chloe produced The MoodSwell, an award-winning, interactive CD-ROM for young people with 24,000 copies distributed through community services & schools. This initiative utilised an arts in health approach, engaging and sharing stories of young people through a range of artforms. In private practice she produced multimedia resources for community organisations, councils & government agencies. Chloe is an exhibiting photographer, classically trained musician & creative entrepreneur.