Chloe Little

Cultural Equity


Major: International Relations

Internship : Rep. Frederica Wilson (FL-24)


Chloe Iman Little is a Senior at Florida International University majoring in International Relations with a certificate in Law, Ethics, and Society. She identifies as an artist that seeks to create fair and equitable outcomes in her local community and at large. In the Fall of 2020, her passion and reverence for the arts inspired her to anticipate the return of the performing arts sector by completing a development internship with the Alonzo King LINES Ballet based in SanFrancisco, California. 

In addition to this, Chloe has been a compelling candidate in several FIU in D.C. Fly-In Seminars with topics ranging from COVID-19 as an impetus for social change and women in politics and policy. Currently, she is serving as an intern for Congress Woman Frederica Wilson where she has conducted legislative research and leads in meetings with various stakeholders. Throughout her term as a Hamilton Scholar, Chloe directed a panel titled Creativity and Justice for All: A Conversation About Cultural Equity that brought in leaders from artistic organizations with an equity-centric platform.
Chloe is working towards going to law school and aspires to lead a career that incorporates the arts as a platform to instill truth and compassion for all humankind.