HarperCollins Speakers Bureau

Chloe Dulce Louvouezo

Author and Advocate for Inclusive Storytelling


  • Identity Formation
  • Vulnerability
  • Healing through Storytelling
  • Cultural Intersectionality
  • Post-Traumatic Growth
  • Emotional Wellness


District of Columbia

Chloe Dulce Louvouezo is a Congolese-American writer, mother, and advocate for women whose work is driven by discourse on identity and healing. She is the executive producer and host of the Life, I Swear podcast and author of Life, I Swear: Intimate Stories from Black Women on Identity, Healing, and Self-Trust (Harper Design), through which she explores nuances and insights around identity, mental wellness, and healing, told through the lens of women from the Black diaspora.

A mixture of poignant essays, gorgeous photography, and sophisticated design elements, Life, I Swear is a chronicle of transformation and growth by and for modern-day Black women. Part memoir, part anthology, its narratives explore the private journeys of 26 diverse Black women who offer testimonies of living through pain and joy and share journeys of healing personally and as a collective. Topics explore trauma, grief, identity and race, mental health, and healing.

Louvouezo brings her dynamic, empathetic, relatable public speaking experience to every engagement with a powerful perspective that will inspire, captivate, educate, and motivate audiences. Her expertise ranges from curating thoughtful conversation on topics of identity and mental health to diversity and inclusion. Whether it is a keynote or interactive presentation, Louvouezo’s knowledge of storytelling resonates across industries and is the perfect fit for audiences of political interest groups, activism groups, and academic institutions.

Rooted in her global citizenships, Louvouezo’s fifteen-year career in communications has advanced inclusive storytelling at organizations addressing education, poverty, and mental health. She currently serves as Senior Communications Officers at The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on its Public Engagement and Insights team. Prior to joining the foundation, she served as Director of Communications for Services for the Underserved, one of the largest human services agencies in New York City, and a women’s college in Kigali, Rwanda.

Louvouezo is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in Social Psychology from Howard University. She earned her B.A. in Journalism from Howard University with a concentration in Cultural Anthropology and her M.P.S. in Public Relations and Corporate Communications from Georgetown University. Currently, she resides in Washington, DC.