The January 24th issue of the Memphis Flyer features its annual “20 Under 30” list of individuals helping to shape Memphis’ future. Among them is Rhodes alumna Chloe Moore.
A native Memphian and a Clarence Day Scholar while at Rhodes, Moore received a B.A. in anthropology/sociology in 2016. She says in the Memphis Flyer, “The anthropology and sociology department at Rhodes gave me the tools to understand things like society, social systems, cultures, and kind of the background forces that made Memphis look the way it did. That type of education gave me a more intimate understanding of myself, the city, and the larger, global perspectives that have fueled almost everything I do now. It's a journey from judgment to questioning. It makes you a perpetual student.”
Moore currently leads the operational work at Seeding Success to establish Shelby County’s first early childhood education system, and she also leads the design and implementation of NEXT Memphis, a $30 million pilot program structured to equitably expand access to high quality early childhood education.