Chloe Jacot is a researcher and project assistant at Levin Sources. She provides research, administrative support and project implementation across a wide-range of projects, helping the team deliver accurate, insightful and timely results to clients.
Since joining Levin Sources, Chloe has project managed the delivery of the Better Business Pathway for the National Association of Jewellers; a platform of resources on compliance, prosperity and sustainability for its members. She also works on responsible sourcing, conducting supplier due diligence and country risk assessments for private sector clients.
Chloe is currently engaged in research on trade facilitation and market development for commercially-viable and conflict-free artisanal gold from the DRC. The research is part of a 5-year USAID programme delivered by a consortium, including Levin Sources, and led by US NGO Global Communities.
Prior to joining Levin Sources, Chloe managed, designed and implemented a community development project in Western Kenya for a UK charity and worked as a consultant researcher for a women's health science start-up.
Chloe holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human, Social and Political Sciences from Jesus College, University of Cambridge, where she studied Sociology and Social Anthropology. She is interested in how patterns of mineral extraction, trade and governance can be evolved to tackle both local and global inequalities. She works in English and has intermediate French.