Chloe Teevan is a policy officer with the European Centre for Development Policy Management (ECDPM). Her work focuses on the EU's relations with the Maghreb and African Union (AU) and the geopolitics of investment and development policy. She is currently developing new research on digital development and governance, including co-editing a book on digital policy in EU-Africa relations for Routledge.
Previously, Chloe worked with the Middle East Programme at the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) in London, as a freelance research consultant, and with Egyptian cultural foundation Studio Emad Eddin Foundation. She has regularly carried out assignments for and briefed European governments and EU institutions and has published with a variety of different think tanks and journals.
Chloe holds a MA in Arab Studies from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University and a BA from Trinity College Dublin. She speaks fluent English and French, intermediate Arabic and Spanish, some Irish (Gaelic) and is in the process of learning Dutch.