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Chloe B. McKenzie            

Bestselling Author, Financial Trauma Researcher & Founder of BlackFem

Chloe B. McKenzie is a celebrated researcher, wealth justice activist, and founder of BlackFem, a leading nonprofit organization that partners with the nation's most forward-thinking governmental bodies to make opportunities to build wealth more fair and equal for Black women. She is also the founder and principal investigator at 10Seven.

McKenzie's groundbreaking research on financial trauma reimagines wealth-building opportunities for Black people and addresses key areas of influence - cultural institutions, education systems, policymaking, and families. Her research, work, and impact have been featured in Forbes, British Vogue, Black Enterprise, Next Question with Katie Couric, and on MSNBC. Her work has also been used by major academic and financial institutions like Georgetown University's Law Center on Poverty and Inequality, Temple University, Ashoka, and Goldman Sachs' One Million Black Women Initiative.


Chloe McKenzie’s Black Fem Is Closing the Wealth Gap for Black Women
Building on her wealth equity consulting work, in 2015, McKenzie founded BlackFem, a nonprofit that pushes a financial literacy curriculum.
Chloe McKenzie On The Connection Between Black Hair And Financial Shame
When Chloe B McKenzie decided to shave off all her hair during lockdown, it took her three days to unpack the connection between her beauty standards and her relationship with money and wealth. On the fourth day? Rebirth.
Activist Chloe B. McKenzie Wants Wealth Equality for Women of Color
‘Financial literacy’ is a term that often seems daunting to outsiders of Wall Street, and inaccessible to people lacking higher education or societal power. Chloe B. McKenzie’s mission is to lift this proverbial iron curtain. “I don’t think anyone talks about activist investors at all,” she tells L’Officiel USA.
Activist Chloe B. McKenzie On How Financial Education Changes Everything
V chatted with the researcher and educator about the intricacies of financial oppression on BIPOC people, the crossover of art and knowledge, and GameStop.

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