Chloe Amore Kaplan is a native Washingtonian with a passion for instilling a love of learning in others. Amore 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 and 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 at Horace Mann Elementary School in DC. Chloe later attended NYU, teaching at public schools across the city, and earning a Masters in Elementary Education. With two decades of experience in the education field, she launched Amore Learning in 2016 to bring a love of learning to children and families in the DC area. Chloe is also a contributor to The Georgetowner and serves as co-chair on the Junior Board of Hope for Henry. A fourth generation Washingtonian, Chloe currently lives in Georgetown.