Chloe Jacot is a researcher and project assistant at Levin Sources. She provides support and capacity on a wide-range of projects, helping the team deliver accurate, insightful and timely results to clients. She joined the company in September 2018.
Chloe provides research and data management, reporting, project implementation and administrative support for both the governance and business teams of Levin Sources.
Prior to joining Levin Sources, Chloe volunteered for a registered charity in Kenya where she managed budgets and local suppliers and engaged with communities to develop a comprehensive and sensitive understanding of needs through consultations. Under her project management, the team was able to prioritise impact-driving outputs, including the construction of a water engineering system, educational facilities and girls’ bathrooms.
Chloe has also worked as a research consultant for a UK-based women’s healthcare organisation. Implementing a desk-based research methodology, Chloe conducted primary research and a literature review, and prepared reports and analysis, to support project implementation.
Chloe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human, Social and Political Sciences from Jesus College, University of Cambridge, where she studied Sociology, Social Anthropology, specialising in the study of gender, race, health and medicine. She works in English and French.