Chloe Louter


Chloe Louter

Chloe works as a diplomat for the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, and has served overseas in Sudan, Jordan and Belgium, as well as in London.

An active member of a church community wherever she goes, Chloe has worshipped alongside Christians in a range of cultural settings, and some in very difficult circumstances.

Through her work she has grown in understanding of the global context, including politics, development and human rights, and has experience in policy, programming, leadership and management.

Chloe was brought up in the Anglican Church, and made a commitment to faith as a teenager. She first encountered CMS when studying mission as a theology student, and has been a supporter ever since.

Chloe lives in Brussels with her husband Koen and baby daughter. She enjoys running, swimming and practicing her Arabic language skills.

She is delighted to serve as a co-opted trustee for CMS, with its legacy of pioneering new and creative approaches to mission and what that looks like in today’s world.