Chloe Veltman

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Introduction Chloe Veltman's home base for storytelling is KQED. As a consultant focusing on editorial content strategy and project development, she has worked with Google, The San Francisco Conservatory of Music,, Stanford University and The Battery among other clients. Prior to joining KQED in 2015, Chloe launched and led the arts bureau at Colorado Public Radio, was the Bay Area's culture columnist for the New York Times, and was also the founder, host and executive producer of VoiceBox, a national award-winning weekly podcast/radio show and live events series all about the human voice. Chloe is the recipient of numerous prizes, grants and fellowships including both the John S Knight Journalism Fellowship and Humanities Center Fellowship at Stanford University, the Sundance Arts Writing Fellowship and a Library of Congress Research Fellowship. She is the author of the book "On Acting" and a guest lecturer at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She holds a BA in english literature from King's College, Cambridge, and a Masters in Dramaturgy from the Central School of Speech and Drama/Harvard Institute for Advanced Theater Training.