Chloe Combi is a former London comprehensive school teacher, educational consultant and specialist on youth issues. She founded the educational charity Write Club which is affiliated with the Eastside Young Leaders Academy and aims to raise the aspirations and achievements of state educated teenagers. She writes for the Times Educational Supplement, The Independent, Guardian, Huffington Post, Marie Claire, and the New Statesman to name a few. An article she wrote on pornography and children precipitated a major national debate and she has been quoted by David Cameron in the House of Commons. Her work on child poverty, gangland culture and street violence granted her an invite to No. 10 and she is a consultant on youth issues for the Mayor of London.
Chloe provides an articulate, informed and illuminating understanding of today's youth. She draws on her wealth of knowledge and first-hand experience of Generation Z to speak with real enthusiasm and authority about the issues they face. Chloe can cover a range of topics including the role of technology in the lives of young adults, gender issues, sex, race, family, education and the future. She plays a key role in helping build communication channels between the generations, particularly with a view on how to motivate this young workforce. Chloe is bright, funny and a great communicator. She is passionate about Generation Z and her anecdotes are both moving and funny as she shares her insights into the youth of today. She debunks all the myths about the youth of today, explaining who Generation Z are, how to work with them, develop and maximise their potential.
Chloe has just launched a brand-new 12 part podcast series titled You Don't Know Me, which explores the lives of teenagers today through their own experiences and voices. Through topics such as body image, sexuality, race, popularity, feminism and cancel culture, Chloe gives a broad insight into the world of young people and the future they are creating.
Arts & Culture, Change, Education, Innovation, Technology