Staff

ChloeHiteChloe Hite is a Research Assistant in the Science and Technology Division. A recent graduate of Boston University, Chloe earned her B.A . in anthropology with a minor in economics. Before joining the PIPS, Chloe worked as an intern at the Hudson Institute, studying the proliferation and mitigation of nuclear, biological, and chemical WMD threats. She has also contributed to research efforts focused on how technological innovation impacts the economy and society at large, including research assessing technology’s place in education and the arts. Born and raised in the Midwest and influenced by parents in medical and agricultural professions, Chloe has witnessed firsthand the impact that S&T innovation and policy influence can have on both a micro and macro level.