|Appearances||The Second Quarter Quell|
|Hobbies||taking care of her family|
|Tribute in||50th Annual Hunger Games|
- "I know peacekeepers serve as the Capitol's main instrument of control and repression. But not all of them are cruel, brutal, or loyal throughout Panem. Many of them, including me, were easygoing and disliked the regime. While political dissidents were getting themselves into trouble, we try to think of other ways to solve the problem rather than harsh punishments."
- — Chloe explaining the truth to Haymitch
Born in 2730, Chloe was raised by a wealthy family. She has two older sisters and one younger brother who she really loved. While her parents have worked as shop owners, selling clothing to the wealthiest citizens of the district, Chloe spent most of her time with her siblings.
At the reaping in 2742, Chloe was called to attend the 42nd Annual Hunger Games. That was when one of her older sisters, Misa volunteered to take Chloe's place. Misa refused to allow Chloe to take any tesserae and did everything she could to prevent her from being thrown. She was sad and proud how her sister sacrificed her life to save a fellow tribute from District 5.
Six years later at the age of 18, Chloe was among those who became peacekeepers. Spending ten years in the service, Chloe traveled to the poorer districts, including District 12. She was very easygoing like many other peacekeepers since they dislike how the citizens of each district are been treated. She learned so much from Casper, the Head Peacekeeper of District 11.
As she traveled to District 12, she witnessed a young 10 year old boy named Haymitch who was accused of poaching and restrained by two peacekeepers. Refusing to watch the boy suffer, Chloe was able to save him by telling a white lie. Before she could help him up, Haymitch just walked away in fear.
After her ending her service, Chloe returned to District 2 where she married a young man named Bowman Shine and gave birth to two twin boys.
Second Quart QuellEdit
In the second Quarter Quell, she was one of the four tributes to participate in the 50th Hunger Games, along with her husband, Connor Martin, and Hallie Hale. She and Bowman were very displeased how the Capitol demanded that twice the number of tributes be reaped for the event. They were first seen during the Tribute Parade where they were dressed as ordinary peacekeepers.