Chloe Shorten is a communications specialist. She has practiced in the resources and technology sectors for over 20 years and holds qualifications in communications, marketing and business. Chloe has been committed to improving the lives of women and children through her involvement with not-for-profit advocacy since she was 20. She has served as a director on the boards of Mindcare Limited, a community based mental health fund; the Family Planning Association of Queensland; the Endeavour Foundation, Australia’s largest disability services organisation and for Solve at Royal Children’s Hospital childhood disability research organisation. She is a member of the Burnet Institute’s Engagement Committee and Strategic Advisor for their Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Program. She is ambassador for the Furlong Park School for Deaf Children in Melbourne and patron of the Incinerator Gallery in Moonee Valley.