Chloe Kuh is a manager on Arabella’s Client Development team. She qualifies and supports onboarding for new charitable projects, with a focus on fiscally sponsored initiatives. Previously, Chloe was a program manager on Arabella’s Managed Organizations team. In that role, she provided operational, programmatic, financial, and grant-making support for a portfolio of projects at the New Venture Fund and the Windward Fund, both 501(c)(3) public charities, and the Sixteen Thirty Fund, a 501(c)(4) social welfare organization. Her portfolio consisted of several fiscally sponsored and grant-making intermediaries focused on a range of domestic and international issues, from policy and advocacy for global health and development to protecting internet user rights and privacy in a challenging regulatory environment. Chloe has a particular focus on international grant making and related compliance requirements.
Prior to joining Arabella, Chloe served as an operations and business development associate at Green Century Capital Management, a Boston-based investment advisory firm that manages environmentally responsible mutual funds. While at Green Century, Chloe was responsible for monitoring and reporting on the funds’ overall performance and asset flows, assisting with SEC filings, casting proxy votes on behalf of companies held in the funds, corresponding with investors and financial advisors, and speaking at conferences and events. Before working at Green Century, Chloe held internships at the Boston Harbor Island Alliance, the nonprofit partner of the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park. There, she focused on program work and assisted with fundraising, event planning, and media outreach.
Chloe graduated from Williams College with a BA in political science and Spanish. After graduating, she worked for a year as the assistant coach of the Williams women’s soccer team.