Zoë Brown is the senior associate for Aspen Community Programs at the Aspen Institute. Based in Aspen, Colorado, she is responsible for the planning, organization, and execution of community programs, events, and seminars, including the Murdock Mind, Body, Spirit Series; Hurst Lecture Series; Athens to Aspen/Sharing Shakespeare Series; Great Books Discussion Series; Teen Socrates Seminar; Our Society Reimagined Series; Community Great Ideas Seminar; and the Community Forum on Transportation and Mobility.
Drawing from a diverse background in public affairs, government, campaigns and elections, and the nonprofit sector, Zoë has worked in various forms of community relations throughout her professional career. Immediately prior to joining the Institute, Zoë worked in public relations, assisting clients with media relations, social media strategy, events, and strategic planning.
Hailing from northern Wisconsin, Zoë earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of San Diego.