Pronouns : she / her / hers
As an experienced project coordinator, Claire brings a passion for increasing educational equity to the Elevate team and its clients. In her former role with Americorps, she managed a hands-on making program and their associated grants for an Oakland, California school.
She has also contributed her skills to various education nonprofits in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, most recently, serving as a teaching artist at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, where she designed and implemented a middle school-making course.
A Bay Area native, Claire holds a BA in Applied Mathematics from UC Berkeley, where she graduated with honors. Outside of work, Claire enjoys hanging by one of Pittsburgh’s many rivers, cooking meals with friends and taking her dog Rollo out on the town.
I'm really good at scavenging nice things for free (sometimes in the trash). I'm just a California hippy who hates waste and loves a challenge.
A semicolon (;) because I like to take my time to connect ideas, and I rarely complete my thought on the first time round.
Not using an oxford comma - technically not required, but strongly encouraged.
Cooking with friends, reading a good book, or hanging out in the woods.