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Chloe Coventry

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Management Assistant

Chloe Coventry serves as a Management Assistant for the Civil + Human Rights and Equity Department, supporting the Human Rights Commission, the Transgender Advisory Council, and the Commission for the Status of Women. Her background is in education and music. She has taught and lectured at UCLA and California Institute of the Arts, and in public and private primary schools in both New York and California. In New York she was a teaching artist for Midori and Friends, a non-profit that brings arts education to under-resourced public schools.

Chloe has long been interested in and engaged with social justice issues, in her education work, as a writer and as a parent. Recently she has participated in and facilitated parent-led equity and inclusion initiatives at two local schools in the San Gabriel Valley, where she lives. In addition, her writing on these and other topics has appeared in scholarly and literary journals.

New to civil service, Chloe hopes to contribute to the equity goals of the Civil Rights Department and to the City of Los Angeles, which she has called home for over twenty years.

Chloe holds an MA and PhD in Ethnomusicology from UCLA, and a BA in Philosophy from Sarah Lawrence College. She lives with her partner and two children.