Chloe Safier is a feminist activist from the United States. She is a consultant who has designed, led & coordinated programming and policy for Oxfam, UN Women, FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund and US based non-profit organizations for over a decade. Her experience focuses on strengthening women’s rights and gender equality at the global, regional and local level through innovative program design, building networks, coordinating teams and partnerships, writing & research, analysis, training & facilitation, and strategic communications. Examples of her work include leading a consortium to design a social innovation lab for young women’s rights activists called The Roots Lab, leading Oxfam in Southern Africa’s regional gender justice work, and consulting for a variety of women’s funds and UN Women offices. She holds a Masters degree in Middle Eastern Studies from Harvard, and a Bachelors degree from Wesleyan University. She also co-created a network of women working on global justice called Internationalistas. She is currently based in Brooklyn, San Francisco and a lot of airport terminals.