Chloe Rohl, Intern (she/her/hers)
Chloe Rohl is a junior at the University of St. Thomas, pursuing a major in creative writing and a minor in business administration. She is a writer, poet, photographer/videographer, artist, and performer.
Her past volunteer experiences include collaborations with several non-profit organizations, such as working as a videographer for Wood Lake Nature Center (Richfield, MN), working as a graphic designer for the Chip In For Others community volunteer group (Prescott, WI), and camp-counseling with Kat Perkins’s The Rising Star Foundation (Minneapolis, MN).
Through these opportunities, she’s seen the impacts and changes community-centered work can establish firsthand, and is eager to continue this work with Pangea. She is particularly drawn to Pangea because of their commitment to the Lake Street community, as well as their cultivation of both the arts and global perspectives for the purpose of social change.
Aside from her passion for the intersection between the arts and social justice, Chloe is one of thirty Athlete Advocates in the Running With Purpose running collective program. Launched in 2021 by activist and athlete Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel—through the Indigenous led grassroots organization Rising Hearts (Los Angeles, CA)—Running With Purpose engages with both sport and advocacy to raise awareness for various causes focused on social change.
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