Chloe Fox is the Editor of HuffPost Hawaii, a partnership of Civil Beat and The Huffington Post that launched in 2013. She is also a member of the Civil Beat Editorial Board.
Chloe started her career in magazines after graduating from the Columbia Publishing Course at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. She worked first as the assistant to the Editor-in-Chief of Men’s Vogue, and was later absorbed into the mothership when Men’s Vogue folded. At Vogue, she worked mostly on original content and the redesign for Vogue.com as well as shuttering Men’s Vogue.
In 2010, Chloe joined the staff of The New Yorker as an assistant editor. She worked directly with the executive editor to oversee the magazine’s nonfiction and she managed the Mail page as well as the much-beloved Newsbreaks. She also helped produce the weekly Political Scene podcast.
Chloe left The New Yorker in 2012 when her husband, an officer in the U.S. Army, returned from a year-long deployment to Afghanistan. She continued to work as a freelance writer for The New Yorker website, contributing political reporting and commentary, book reviews and essays. She also freelanced for NFocus, a lifestyle magazine in Nashville, TN.
As a military spouse, Chloe has been involved with the national non-profit Blue Star Families since its inception in 2008. She regularly writes and edits policy memos and presentations that aim to streamline collaboration with government agencies and improve services to military families and transitioning veterans.
Chloe grew up between New York City, Washington, D.C., and Boston, Massachusetts, and graduated from Georgetown University in 2007. She has since lived in Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee, but is grateful the Army finally sent her and her husband to Hawaii. They welcomed a son in May of 2014 and have high hopes for his future surfing career.
After a year of very bad publicity, the “brand” of old white men is suffering like never before in American culture.