Chloé Flagg is Wyoming born and raised, hailing originally from Fremont County where she met and later married her high school sweetheart, Will Flagg. Together they attended the University of Wyoming and have since settled in Laramie with their young daughter Geonora and dog Daisy. With a Master's degree in Sociology from UW, Chloé knows the weight and importance of humanities education and programing throughout the state. Having previously worked with the UW Foundation as a Director of Development, Chloé brings a unique skill set to the position and is thrilled to contribute to a new era of Wyoming Humanities. Chloé and her family wholeheartedly believe that Wyoming is the perfect place to live and grow and dream.