Brooklyn entrepreneur and activist Cloé Luv represents the new face of America. Often referred to as Renaissance Woman, Cloé’s many ventures and advocacies have produced invaluable contributions to music, business, and women empowerment.
Her first-ever venture into business was the Brook Brovaz recording studio and production company. Cloé is a self-proclaimed studio brat and music lover. As a child, she tagged along with her father, a recording engineer, and background vocalist, in his many trips to recording studios around New York. It is not a surprise that, as an adult, she is aiming to push changes in the music industry as well. Cloé is the co-owner of the Brook Brovaz Studio in Brooklyn. There, she manages the Brook Brovaz, a duo of music producers and composers whose music is used in some of today’s most popular television shows and films, including Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Her company has worked with some of the hottest up-and-coming talents and multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning artists. Brook Brovaz has also produced musical compositions for major companies in TV, film, ads, video games, and mnemonics. The company is working on a project that is being written, produced, and performed by the two lead producers at Brook Brovaz. Partial proceeds from this project will go to Women with Voices to create an art program for the youth.
Cloé is also the founder of 501c3 nonprofit organization, Women With Voices, a powerful movement helping large numbers of women achieve their professional and financial goals. Women with Voices provides peer-based support, entrepreneurial resources, financial education, and business seminars to advance women across all industries and ethnicities. Her mobile app, We Uplift Women (WUW), hopes to provide these services digitally.
To bolster her contribution to the women empowerment movement, Cloé has built a progressive co-working and co-collaborative environment for female entrepreneurs—Cloé’s Corner. The establishment is a productive workspace environment that provides access to ongoing mentorships, lectures, financial literacy training, and other necessary skills that ethnically and financially disadvantaged women need.
Cloé Luv represents the new face of America as her many ventures are an organic outgrowth of her entrepreneurial acumen. In fact, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg recognized and praised her initiative with Cloé’s Corner. His now-suspended 2020 presidential campaign had set up their campaign offices at Cloé’s Corner, with Bloomberg’s former campaign manager tapping her for advice on how his organization could better serve women and minorities.
Cloé’s Corner has brought much-needed resources and knowledge to women and minorities in underserved communities. In a similar way, Women with Voices focuses on mental health, sexual liberation, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and family. At Women with Voices, Cloé teaches that being pro-woman does not mean anti-male. At their annual award ceremony and gala, the nonprofit honors both women and men that have significantly contributed to women’s empowerment.
Cloé has greatly advanced the women empowerment movement in Brooklyn despite being a black woman with limited resources. She hopes that with her accomplishments, she can show minority women that being a serial entrepreneur is possible, albeit challenging. To get to where she is now, she has had to overcome so many adversities. Yet she proudly remains standing strong. Her obstacles have taught her how to evolve through her journey and help others during the process. Through it all, she has made sure to stay true and authentic to her beliefs and goals. She does everything from her heart—her secret to getting an audience that genuinely connects with her.Read more about Cloé Luv’s efforts on her website and follow her career on Instagram.