Chloe Amore Kaplan is a native Washingtonian with a passion for instilling a love of learning in others. Amore Learning is inspired by this lifelong commitment.
With a Master’s Degree in Childhood Education from NYU and a Bachelor's in Child Development from Tufts University, Chloe is a former classroom teacher with a background in launching enrichment programs.
Chloe began to develop ideas for elementary school enrichment programs across DC while attending high school at Sidwell Friends School. Chloe went on to become a University College of Citizenship and Public Service Scholar at Tufts University, where she created tutoring and mentoring programs in the Boston area. After graduating with a degree in Child Development, she became a teacher to English Language Learners at Horace Mann Elementary School in DC. It was here that she founded Culture Club, an after-school program to promote cultural awareness amongst her students. Chloe later pursued a Masters Degree in Early Childhood Education at NYU, teaching at public schools across the city. Upon graduation, she returned to Horace Mann to teach Kindergarten, continuing to run Culture Club in her classroom.
With over a decade of experience in the education field, Chloe launched Amore Learning in 2016. Since then, it has grown from a program at one school to eight programs around the city, with new locations and offerings popping up each school semester. Chloe is also a contributor to The Georgetowner and serves as the Chair of the Junior Board for Hope for Henry. Chloe lives in Georgetown with her husband, son, and rescue mutt, Dolce.