Chloé has 17 years of experience working in the area of careers, including career coaching clients in various sectors and countries. She also completed a career coach management program approved by ICF, and holds a National Human Resources designation. She has ten years of knowledge working in staff management, hiring, and training with HSBC Bank where she received a BC management award for helping HSBC staff develop their potential.
Chloé’s approach to helping clients move toward success is positive, encouraging, strength-based, and grounded in knowledge of workplace trends. She focuses on uncovering what is most important to her clients (in life and career) as a way to better assist individuals in building strategies to clarify their values, direction, skills and strengths, and challenges.
Chloé holds a BA in Economics and International Relations from the University of British Columbia (UBC), and completed her clinical training at UBC's Community Counselling Clinic, as well as Simon Fraser University’s Student Clinic. She also received the faculty award for excellence in career counselling at UBC, and the National SSHRC award for her ongoing thesis on work-life dynamics. Her previous teaching experience includes UBC’s BEd program on diversity, motivation, and psychosocial wellbeing. She is currently completing her MA in Counselling (UBC).
Chloé has extensive work experience in various cultural environments, including cross-culture counselling, French and Spanish language, various Asian cultures, and helping clients with mental and/or physical health concerns that impact their career.
Outside of work, Chloé teaches yoga, and is passionate about supporting the wellbeing of others.