Chloe Wale

Chloe is in her fourth year at McMaster University, completing a degree in Honour’s Life Science with a minor in Environmental Study. She is very passionate about the environment and health in regards to the developing world, as well as water research and climate change. Chloe has been involved in science communication courses where she has created a collaborative project with the Hamilton Paramedics, as well as an invasion biology course where she wrote her first Systematic Review. She has knowledge of the water sector, having worked for the municipal Water Department for the City of Brantford for 2 years where she did residence, pond, and reservoir water test sampling. In addition, Chloe recently completed a co-op placement with a naturopathic doctor where she learned different types of natural healing and therapies. She has also been volunteering with Let’s Talk Science for 2 years where she attended schools and lead classes in performing science experiments. After her undergraduate degree, she hopes to pursue a Master’s degree in Public Health and further her passion for the environment into a career.

At UNU-INWEH, Chloe will be working as a MUST scholar, under the supervision of Dr. Duminda Perera and Dr. Nidhi Nagabhatla, assisting on a Policy Brief for SIDS and working on The Global Seaweed Project. She will also be completing research regarding the SAMOA Pathway.