Chloe leads the department's Equality Diversity and Inclusion module, as well as being involved in the teaching of both engineering design and professional engineering skills. Chloe is also the Student Experience Champion, focussing on improving student wellbeing, closing the racial attainment gap, and making the department more inclusive and accessible.
Chloe brings both academic and industry experience to this role. She has previously led engineering design and final year projects, as well as undertaking pedagogic research, at the University of Warwick during which time she has attained Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) and become a specialist consultant for the Design Council. Prior to this she worked in industry as a medical device design engineer and then as a building services consultant, attained chartered engineer status (CEng). Within industry she created and led graduate schemes, and this experience in particular enables her to ensure her teaching is authentic and equips our students with relevant industry skills. This partnership between industry and academia continues through Chloe’s volunteer role as Education Officer for the CIBSE West Midlands regional committee, this combined with her built environment research and outreach has enabled her to attained Fellow status with her professional engineering institute (FCIBSE).
Chloe has been a STEM Ambassador since she was a student, and was a founding fellow of the Warwick Institute of Engagement. She continues to enjoy and value outreach, with one example being the Royal Academy of Engineering project "Bedtime Stories for Very Young Engineers"; you can watch one here.