Women serving Northwestern and the community since 1916
Chloe Wong is the recipient of the 2021 Senior Woman’s Service Award given by The Alumnae of Northwestern University. The award, established by The Alumnae in 2002, honors a senior woman who has demonstrated outstanding volunteer service to the campus and community while at Northwestern University.
“Chloe is a model for volunteer service on the Northwestern campus. She embodies the mission and spirit of the Senior Woman’s Service Award – what an amazing woman,” notes Julie McDowell, chair of The Alumnae’s Senior Woman’s Service Award committee. She adds, “Chloe embodies the character and accomplishments The Alumnae is looking to honor.”
Chloe, from New York City, NY, is graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology. Other majors are: Global Health Studies and Asian American Studies. Chloe received honors such as: Dean’s List in 2019, Council of 100 Trailblazer Award, Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grant, Diamond Scholarship, Bonnie and Mike Daniels’ GESI Scholar, and Clinton Global Initiative Fellow.
While at Northwestern, Chloe volunteered for Supplies for Dreams, a nonprofit that provides extracurricular experiences to students in the Chicago public schools. She began as a mentor, opting to stay at the same school every quarter to be able to build relationships with students. She became a School Coordinator, leading 5-10 Northwestern students in mentoring sessions and mini-activities every week. She is fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.
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