Documentary devotee, traveler/explorer, podcast junkie
|SAT SCORE||2270 / 2400|
|SCHOOL||Wellesley College, B.A.
B.A. Double Major in English and French Literature
|INTERESTS||Traveling and exploring, podcasts, documentaries|
Chloe Williamson graduated magna cum laude from Wellesley College in May of 2016. During her senior year she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa and received departmental honors in the English department for her creative writing thesis on the role of identity in regional literature. Her thesis was supported by the competitive Pamela Daniels Fellowship, and won the Charlotte Paul-Reese Memorial Prize for Creativity in Writing Fiction. During her time at Wellesley, Chloe served as a senior editor for Counterpoint (a campus life and politics journal), spent time as both a first year mentor and a resident assistant, and held many roles within Regeneration – the college’s student farming organization. During her junior year she was admitted to the Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute for Global Affairs — an interdisciplinary program that focuses on preparing students to address global challenges through discussions with public leaders and professionals and in-depth analytic research of key issues. With the support of the Albright Institute, Chloe spent the summer after her junior year of college as a Fund Development Intern at FoodBank South Africa in Cape Town. Starting in the Fall of 2017 Chloe will be pursuing her MSW degree at Boston College. Chloe is passionate about helping all students achieve their full potential!
“My coach was Chloe. I ended up improving my ACT score by 7 points.”
— Tyler Y. (student)