Chloe Wintersteen graduated from Stanford University in 2020 with bachelor’s degrees in american studies and theater, and a minor in music. During her undergraduate career, Chloe wrote as an arts journalist for The Stanford Daily, worked as the marketing and newsletter intern for the Vice President of the Arts, and performed in numerous musical theater productions. Chloe’s extensive artistic background grounds her belief in the beauty and importance of sharing human-centric stories, a mindset which passionately drives her journalism.
As Senator Kamala Harris was blazing the campaign trail in August, a non-profit based in her hometown released a study that shows Black and Latinx girls are considerably more likely than their peers to identify as leaders. They are also more likely to have role models in their lives who identify as leaders.