Cloe Moreno ’23 (she/her)

Psychology major and art and public health minor

Cloe was born and raised in San Diego, CA where the bustling city felt like a small town community. Coming to Portland, Cloe felt the same comfort and excitement from the city and is always trying to explore her surroundings. Back home Cloe has volunteered and worked for a nonprofit art organization in her neighborhood that removes recycled material from the waste stream to be reused in art projects for underserved schools and summer workshops for kids in the community. Cloe is excited to be a part of SAA to continue connecting with the Portland community.


Cloe runs on the cross country and track and field team, and loves to cook and finds health and wellness an important aspect in her life. She hopes to further her interests with her psychology major and health studies minor by giving back to the community. She also works on a podcast of an all female LGBTQIA+ group called This Teenage Life (TTL) where she draws the episode art and the main logo.

Additional Information

  • Hometown: San Diego, CA
  • Campus Involvement: Cross country/track and field team, Pamplin Fellow, Teaching Assistant
  • Hobbies: hiking, cooking, reading, drawing