Chloethiel Woodard Smith (1910December 30 1992) was an American architect whose career was centered in Washington, D.C.

Smith was offended all of her life by the term "woman architect." She felt it demeaned her work and ability as an architect. She fortunately lived long enough to see the term fall into disuse. Through it all she stubbornly refused to be a part of any women's group. Her rise to the upper echelon of the profession had preceded the Women's Rights Movement.