Claire provides programmatic support for all aspects of the Data-Driven Discovery Initiative.
Before joining the foundation, Claire worked as a research assistant at Stanford University, where her projects included evaluating uranium isotopes from rocks as a tool to measure ancient ocean oxygenation, modeling the future of drought in California, and exploring the impacts of macroalgae on coral bleaching. She also worked on the regulatory team at the San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission, and as a teaching assistant in Stanford’s earth systems program. Claire’s other experiences include mentoring freshmen in Stanford’s black community, supporting low-income high school students applying to college, and teaching science to elementary school children.
Claire received a M.S. in environmental analysis and communication and a B.S. in earth systems from Stanford University.