Chloe A. Mondesir, MSOL, is the Senior State Advocacy Manager for the Voices for Health Justice program at Community Catalyst. In this role, Chloe coaches technical assistance providers, supports coalition’s mobilizing, organizing, and advocacy efforts at the state level, and strengthens partnerships among national partners towards Voices for Health Justice program priorities.
To the organization, Chloe brings senior-level program development and management, policy and advocacy training, strategic partnerships, and capacity building. With strengths in coaching, relationships, communication, research, fundraising, professional writing, and public speaking, Chloe creates and sustains progress for diverse populations, equitable missions in race and health, and systemic advancement.
Chloe’s work includes two documentary films — Red Alert: The Fight Against Fibroids and How Can a Physician Be Racist — and authored publications, including New Fibroids Policy Must Be Part of the Black Maternal Health Agenda and Take Opportunity, the Listening Tree’s best-selling children’s book. Chloe is the founder of The Fibroids Agenda Fund, has trained at the Rockwood Leadership Institute, earned a Forbes fellowship, and is featured in CanvasRebel Magazine.
Chloe received a bachelor’s degree from Spelman College and a Master in Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) from Mercer University. Chloe holds certifications in victim assistance; ethical and inclusive leadership; diversity, equity and inclusion; psychological first aid; and de-escalation.