Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, Chloé Kerr is an athlete turned public relations (PR), brand and multicultural engagement professional in communications. Prior to that, she played basketball for 15 years, both at the collegiate and professional levels, spending five years abroad in countries including Australia, Greece, Spain, Slovakia, Sweden and the Czech Republic. Her experience helped build excellent leadership, teamwork and problem-solving skills and developed a passion for storytelling based on her experiences and seeing the lack of representation in media and corporate cultures.
Chloé has worked in brand communications for that last six years. Currently, she works at Wells Fargo, a leading financial institution, in Los Angeles, CA within the multicultural and segment communications team.
Her role looks to elevate multicultural storytelling and segment communications across all of Wells Fargo‘s corporate communications, from external news bureau opportunities to strategic segment counsel to segment campaign executions and activations. Previously, Chloé worked within the agency world, where she grew professionally at leading organizations such as Ketchum, working with global consumer goods brands on award-winning brand marketing campaigns and integrated communications. Here, she provided strategic counsel to drive communications goals, including brand strategies, storytelling and creative solutions to reach target audiences.
Moving forward, Chloé wants to continue working within the corporate communications function on behalf of inclusion and multicultural engagement to raise cultural and brand awareness in the media and oversee social impact initiatives that enhance brand storytelling and drive a more inclusive brand experience.
Chloé has a B.A. from the University of Southern California in communications and political science as well as a master’s degree in public relations and corporate communications from Georgetown University. Chloé is also a member of ColorComm, a professional network for women of color in communications.
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