Peer Health Educator

Hey there! My name is Chloe (she/her) and I’m a third year student here at UW majoring in Gender, Women, Sexuality Studies and planning to minor in History of Race, Gender, and Power as well as Diversity. For fun I enjoy singing in UW Chorale, reading when I can find the time, and playing Dungeons and Dragons with my friends. I became a Peer Health Educator because I believe that it is extremely important to provide all individuals with the knowledge and tools to make informed decisions for their own health and well-being. It can be overwhelming transitioning to the college environment, as many of us are starting to be completely responsible for maintaining our own wellbeing for the first time. It’s a true skill to be able to listen to our bodies and begin to understand how we can best care for ourselves. As a PHE, I hope to make this learning experience as rewarding for myself and my peers as it can be. Every individual experience of life is unique, and most of all, I hope to be able to acknowledge and honor that diversity of experience as we learn together.