Chloe Chittick Patton

Senior Advisor

Chloe Chittick Patton helps cultural nonprofits understand their audiences, serve new communities, and explore new possibilities in marketing, programming, and experience design. For nearly a decade and a half, Chloe served Slover Linett and its clients as a member of its leadership team, managing the Chicago-based staff, overseeing operations, shaping research plans for new and long-term clients, and contributing strategic guidance on key projects. Chloe has recently transitioned into a Senior Advisor role at Slover Linett, working on select internal initiatives and client engagements.  In her time with Slover Linett, Chloe has been a trusted thought-partner to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Art Institute of Chicago, Colby College Museum of Art, Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Illinois Humanities, Lincoln Park Zoo, and other arts, culture, science, and public media organizations. She is passionate about helping such organizations serve people’s needs and contribute to thriving, connected, healthy communities. In addition to her work with Slover Linett, Chloe is also currently assisting Chicago-based nonprofit Ingenuity in its efforts to increase access, equity, and quality for arts education in public schools.

Prior to joining Slover Linett, Chloe worked in qualitative research as a senior account planner and consumer strategist at AMP Agency in Boston, a boutique research and strategy firm specializing in youth and young-adult audiences. She earned her Bachelor’s degree at Colby College, double majoring in anthropology and religious studies, conducting ethnographic fieldwork in the area as part of her studies. As the mother of three young boys, can often be found at Chicago’s museums, parks, and libraries – soaking in the city’s many opportunities for culture and learning even without her “work hat” on. She and her husband Andy volunteer at and support a few nonprofits tirelessly working to make life better for local families and children in need.