The Policy Prism | August 2022
In this issue, Section I on the war in Ukraine and its impact on global food security is meant for all readers. Those in Europe may wish to continue to Section II, which provides the latest from Capitol Hill as U.S. voters gear up for autumn’s midterm elections. American readers may want to skip to Section III for some of the latest happenings in Brussels vis-à-vis EU enlargement. We hope readers everywhere will enjoy the fun fact in Section IV.
Manager, Transatlantic Relations
Chloe Ladd joined the Bertelsmann Foundation in June of 2021 as Manager of Transatlantic Relations. Her research at BFNA primarily focuses on France and the implications of current French policy in the United States and Germany. She is also in charge of the Bertelsmann Foundation Fellowship, a program bringing together policy makers on both sides of the Atlantic.
A graduate of Georgetown University’s Master of German and European Studies in the School of Foreign Service, her focus was on France and its role in transatlantic security. She received her undergraduate degree in Spanish and International Relations at the University of Virginia.
Originally from France, she speaks fluent French and, having spent time in Valencia, Spain abroad during her undergraduate experience, she also speaks Spanish.