Chloe Wang is River Programs Coordinator at Bartram’s Garden, where her role includes leading community science programming, teaching middle school boatbuilding, supporting public boating and fishing programs, and contributing to network development activities of the Alliance for Watershed Education. Chloe joined the Bartram’s Garden staff in 2017 as a post-bac fellow of Haverford College, where she studied chemistry and environmental studies. In addition to her work at Bartram’s, Chloe has designed interdisciplinary, field-based environmental studies courses with Haverford faculty, exhibited artwork at the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, and researched Gulf of Mexico oil, deep sea microbe-mineral interactions, honeybee health, and plastics in the Delaware River watershed.
River Programs Coordinator
Bartram's Garden, Philadelphia Waterborne
Personal pronouns: She, her, hers