Chloe Steck is the Legislative Assistant for the California Immigrant Policy Center (CIPC). She is responsible for supporting the Government Affairs department by way of bill tracking, drafting letters of support and opposition, coalition management and coordinating relationships between policy teams and legislative staff.
She brings with her five years of administrative experience, most recently from a Sacramento-based nonprofit that provides AAC evaluations to individuals with disabilities. Prior to that, she worked in the hospitality industry and was also an intern in the office of Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia in the State Capitol. In her internship, she was introduced to the legislative process and the ways that policy can affect real change. She combined this experience with the concepts she gained while studying towards an Education minor in college, and became passionate about policies surrounding improving public education success for BIPOC, economically disadvantaged, and LGBTIA+ students. With that, Chloe is proud that her past and current career provide opportunity and support for individuals to achieve their maximum potential.
Chloe was born and raised in the Bay Area and graduated UC Santa Cruz with a BA in Political Science and a minor degree in Education. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, trying to be a better runner and binging true crime podcasts.