Chloe is an associate consultant at KKS Advisors. She is currently working on sustainable investing. Chloe has expertise in helping investors better understand and manage environmental risks affecting their investment companies. Her work includes extensive data collection, analysis and evaluation for private and public organizations.
Prior to joining KKS, Chloe joined the Soft Matter Photonics group at Oxford for a DPhil (PhD) in Engineering Science. Her doctorate thesis was based upon the micro-fabrication of novel photonics devices, and led to ten publications and one patent. In 2013, she obtained a Masters in Research (MRes) at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Photonics Systems Development, University of Cambridge, where she published work on indium gallium nitride (InGaN) quantum wells for ultra-efficient light emitting diodes. Chloe also holds a Masters Degree in Space Science and Engineering (MSc) at University College London, specialising in Spacecraft Technology and Satellite Communications, and a Bachelors degree in Physics (BSc) from Imperial College London.
Alongside her research, Chloe has been an active STEM ambassador to promote women in science. She has also given talks at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and the Houses of Parliament. Chloe is fluent in Turkish, and conversational in Portuguese and Spanish.