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Chloe Safier


Chloe Safier is a feminist activist and consultant. For nearly twenty years, she has worked with social justice organizations and movements to design programs and policy, guide strategic planning, coordinate partnerships, strengthen gender analysis, facilitate workshops, and lead research and evaluations. As a consultant, she has worked with Oxfam, UN Women,  FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund, Global Fund for Women, The Gates Foundation, and many others. Examples of her work include leading a consortium to design a social innovation lab for young feminist activists called The Roots Lab, and leading Oxfam’s regional gender justice work in Southern Africa. She co-created Internationalistas, a network of women working on global justice. She holds a Masters in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard, and a Bachelors from Wesleyan University. She is also a certified full-spectrum doula and lactation education counselor who provides holistic, socially conscious care to birthing people and their families. More about her work and writing can be found at www.chloesafier.com.