Chloe Morris, ’24

Chloe Morris is an aspiring Public Affairs and Gender Studies double major. While she is extremely interested in various social justice issues, her true passion is sexual and reproductive health. At UCLA, she hopes to advocate for and normalize sexual and reproductive health services for students.

Chloe is involved in various organizations on campus. She is in a social justice based club that focuses on community engagement called Alternative Breaks. This year, she will be a Site Leader and will organize a Spring Break community service trip to Atlanta focusing on sexual and reproductive health. Additionally, Chloe is a member of Sexperts, which is a club on campus that seeks to provide sex education for UCLA students. She is excited to attend various events and workshops this year and become a knowledgeable sex educator! Lastly, Chloe is a player on the women’s club lacrosse team. While she isn’t very good, she hopes to step outside of her comfort zone and improve her lacrosse skills!

Ultimately, Chloe hopes to use her degree to facilitate large-scale structural change surrounding sexual and reproductive health through community organizing and engagement. Some of her dreams are to advocate for the protection of sex workers, improve sexual education for youth, and help mitigate gender-based violence.

Chloe is extraordinarily humbled to be given a scholarship intended for women who are dedicated to giving back to their communities. She is honored to be part of a community of such extraordinary women and strives to uphold this standard.