Chloe Bingham



Chloe Bingham

How did you find this community?

We studied Galtung at my graduate school.

Do you have any professional experience in the field of peace-research? peace-studies? peace-practice?

Nope. Well, not yet, at least!

Are you at all familiar with concepts of Nonviolence and Conflict Transformation?

Yes, I was fortunate enough to study them in a conflict course at my graduate school: the American Graduate School in Paris for International Relations and Diplomacy.

What are your primary conceptual interests and concerns


What is your main regional focus?

U.S. Foreign Policy


English, French, Spanish



American Graduate School 

Paris, France
■       Masters of International Relations and Diplomacy, May 2018.
■       Summa Cum Laude.
Transylvania University
Lexington, KY
■       Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs and French Language and Literature.
■       Minor in Theatre.
■       Magna cum laude. GPA of 3.7, Dean’s List six semesters.
KIIS Program
Paris, France
■       Travelled to Paris for five weeks with this Kentucky study abroad program.
■       Enrolled in two courses regarding French graphic society and culture, theatre, writing and literature.
■       Earned A’s in both courses, taught in French.
SCAPA Lafayette
■       Graduated in top 10%.
■       Theatre major at the School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCAPA).

■       President of French Honor Society and French Club.

Work Experience

The United States Embassy, Cultural Affairs (France)                                                                                              2018
■       Drafts remarks in French and English for officers, diplomats, and the Ambassador, and helps with translations.
■       Supports and assists the office’s program staff with event planning and execution, including representational events at the Ambassador’s Residence.
■       Researches education and arts topics in France and the United States.
■       Works on various cultural diplomacy projects, including grants by the USG for French implementers.
Le Mémorial de Caen (France)                                                                                                               2015
■       Welcomed guests from all over the world into the museum and presented the mission and plan of the exhibits.
■       Directed guests to local sights and communicated through a variety of language and cultural barriers.
■       Translated (French to English) a series of articles that compiled a fake vintage newspaper for the front of the museum, allowing Anglophones to understand highlights of various exhibits.
Belcan Corporation                                                                                                                       2013-2016
■       Attained knowledge of export classification laws.
■       Expanded understanding of license and relationship differences between the U.S. government and military with other states.
■       Worked side-by-side with degreed engineers, helping to analyze technical documents and commodities and classify them under different government agencies’ jurisdictions for Sikorsky.
Costume Shop Worker                                                                                                             2013-2016
Transylvania University Theatre Department
■       Created costumes for various Transylvania productions.
■       Altered garments already in shop.
■       Assisted designing for current and future productions.
Woodland Pool and Picadome Pool                                                                                              2014, 2016
■       Managed over 30 employees throughout the summer, scheduling every employee weekly.
■       Completed, streamlined, and filed financial and risk management paperwork.
■       Handled all the money that came through this pool.
■       Regulated pool chemicals.
■       Facilitated safety and skills in-services for lifeguards weekly, where I received the award “Most Likely to Make a Difference.”

Presentations and Papers

■       Bingham, Chloe M. (2017). The United States and Saudi Arabia: A Peace Theory without Democracy. DAKAM’s International Political Science Studies Meeting, 163-167.


Student Conference Coordinator                                                                                          2017-2018
The American Graduate School in Paris                                                                                                         
■       Responsible for the planning, organization, delegation, and execution of every conference-related action.
■       Picked the annual topic theme.
■       Created and sent out the Call for Papers.
■       Reviewed submitted abstracts.
■       Reached out to possible Keynote Speakers.
President of the Graduate Student Association                                                              2017-2018
The American Graduate School in Paris                                                                                                         
■       Responsible for informing the students about the various activities planned by the GSA.
■       Organizes and delegates the other officers in the GSA.
■       Responsible for effective communication between the GSA, the school administration, and the student body.
■       Plans, organizes, and executes the annual student trip.
Chapter President of Alpha Omicron Pi                                                                                      2015
Tau Omega Chapter                                                                                                                                        
■       Led 88 women in weekly chapter meetings.
■       Attended International Convention and Leadership Academy, representing my chapter.
■       Expanded the chapter’s Alumnae Advisory Committee and recruited the current Chapter Adviser
■       Determined and addressed fundamental areas of improvement for our chapter and coordinated more efficient communication paths.
Co-founder and Vice President                                                                                                     2015-2016
■       Launched and directed the first student-run musical by the group.
■       Maximized networking with current professors and alumni to increase support for the new group.
■       Conceptualized and organized fundraising and performance events.
Grace Notes                                                                                                                                2014-2016
■       Participated in Transylvania’s only female a cappella group.
■       Developed skills of harmony and voice blending.
■       Performed the Star Spangled Banner at Keeneland.
ImprompTU                                                                                                                               2014-2016
■       Fostered an environment of creativity and productivity during biweekly practices.
■       Performed in monthly shows open to the entire campus.

Theatre Guild                                                                                                                           2014-2016                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  2013-2015
■       Designed and created the costumes for the first play performed by this group in years.
■       Fostered an environment of change to the university’s modern theatrical needs.
■       Attended weekly meetings.



Pi Delta Phi                                                                                                                               2013-2016
■       Qualified for and was initiated into this French Honor Society due to French language skills and achieving multiple high grades in advanced French courses. 

■       Advanced in French.
■       Experienced with Spanish, German, and Mandarin.
■       Proficient with Microsoft Office programs.
■       Proficient with Microsoft Outlook.
■       Exposure to CAD applications.
■       Experience with multiple operating systems Microsoft and IOS.

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