Chloe Flores is a University Innovation Fellow and an undergraduate student studying Computer Science and Computer Simulation & Gaming at the University of Tulsa (TU). She is involved in many things on campus, such as SIGGRAPH, Society of Women Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and more. She is currently Vice President and Treasurer for an organization, Commuter Advocacy and Resource Society, in hopes to better the commuter experience. She is also a member of NOVA, an organization to pursue projects and think innovatively, and is working on creating an umbrella share on campus and is leading Project HUGS. Project HUGS is about engaging with those who are living without basic necessities and/or shelter in the Tulsa area and providing them with food, water, and, hopefully in the near future, things like blankets and clothes. Chloe pic.jpg Chloe is passionate about increasing minorities in STEM fields, helping those who are less fortunate and helping public schools in poverty areas learn more about the college experiecence. She has created and lead a presentation to help prepare seniors about what to expect in college at her high school, Glenpool High School, in order to help them be successful. She wishes she will be able to many more in the future. She is alos leading Project HUGS, which is about engaging with those who are living without basic necessities and/or shelter in the Tulsa area, and providing them with things like food, water, and, hopefully in the near future, blankets/gloves and clothes.
After graduating, she hopes to work for a tech company that allows her to achieve her goals and pursue her passions, like Google.