Carly Chillmon

Carly Chillmon
Communications Director

Carly Chillmon is the communications director for the McCoy Family Center for Ethics in Society. She brings to her role a love of storytelling, data, and social sciences research. Previously, Carly was the senior research communications manager at Digital Promise, where she worked across the organization and with researchers from partner organizations to translate key learning sciences research findings and priorities. Prior to that role, she was communications manager for Harder+Company Community Research, a consulting firm conducting evaluations for public and social sector organizations. She worked closely with research staff to communicate their core values and share work with clients, communities, and the social sector more broadly. Carly has publishing experience as a production editor at Insight Editions as well as serving as the managing editor of Contexts, a magazine designed to bring sociological research to mainstream audiences. She was also an adjunct professor at Seattle University, where she taught undergraduate sociology courses.

Carly has formal training in both communications and sociology, enabling her to make complex research accessible to diverse audiences. She received her bachelor's degree in communications and sociology from Loyola University Chicago and her master's degree in sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. When she's not at work, you can find her enjoying the foggy sunsets of San Francisco with her family, cooking pasta, or reading a library book.

 

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