Chloé Tabah is the Associate Director for Programs of the Society of Fellows at the Aspen Institute.
Chloé works to build the vital philanthropic and intellectual partnerships so critical to the Aspen Institute, in addition to playing an integral role in the development of program strategy and planning. With the goal of engaging members of the Society of Fellows, the Institute’s most important constituency for unrestricted giving, with the mission of the Institute, she is responsible for the curation of the robust slate of year-round programming nationwide and for overseeing the preparation and execution of events in Aspen, Colorado.
Chloe joined in the Aspen Institute as a Development Coordinator in 2012 after graduating from Middlebury College with a degree in both Psychology and French. She earned a graduate certificate in Impact Investing and Social Enterprise Management from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey in 2016 and is passionate about the ways in which the marriage of philanthropy and investment can yield high impact. She lives and works in Aspen, Colorado. When out of the office, Chloe spends her time enjoying outdoor adventures in the beautiful Elk Mountains, reading, listening to podcasts, and traveling.