Chloé did her undergraduate joint degree between the University of Kent and Science Po, Lille, where she studied international relations and politics. Currently, she is a second-year MAIA student doing a joint degree between Science Po, Lille, and SAIS Europe. She has never taken any classes specifically on women’s rights, therefore, she did her specialized dissertation and thesis on women’s issues. One of her specialized dissertations was on the impact of information and communications technology on the political environment for women in Sub-Saharan Africa, particularly in Cameroon and the Ivory Coast. Last year, she did her thesis on the tampon tax in the U.S. and the effect of it in New York. She also worked in an NGO based in New York City, where she did work on the sexual and reproductive rights of women in Nepal. At SAIS, Chloé pursues to do her MAIA work on women’s entrepreneurship in Sub-Saharan Africa.