Chloe Caldwell

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Chloe Caldwell

  • Chloe Caldwell is a TripSavvy contributor, who has been writing for TripSavvy since July 2020. She's been published in FabFitFun, TripSavvy, Thrillist, The Small Business Journal, etc. in addition to creating a personal content site, By the C
  • Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communications. 
  • Raised and resides in Los Angeles, California, but spends most of her time traveling elsewhere. 


After graduating from the University of Oregon with a degree in Journalism, Chloe moved home to LA to pursue a career in digital content creation and writing. She began her journey on the editorial team at FabFitFun, a women’s lifestyle subscription service, where she wrote articles about travel, beauty, fashion, and wellness. Since then, she has been freelancing for travel, lifestyle, and business publications, as well as copywriting for a variety of corporate brands and agencies. 


Chloe graduated with a B.A. in journalism from the University of Oregon in 2017. She spent four years on the university’s cheerleading team, which gave her the opportunity to travel the country for a variety of games, tournaments, and other events. During college, Chloe became a marketing intern for the Oregon Athletic Department and wrote for The Odyssey Online, where she published the most shared article of the week several times. 

About TripSavvy and Dotdash Meredith

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