Areas of Expertise
- Theory of change-based approaches
- Collaborative learning and evidence generation
- Project management and budgeting
Education & Certificates
- M.S., Applied Economics, Johns Hopkins University
- B.A., Economics, Carleton College
Claire is an Associate supporting the Measuring Impact activity under USAID’s Forestry and Biodiversity Office and the Sustainable WASH Systems initiative under USAID’s Water Office. She combines her experience with USAID Program Cycle approaches, the Open Standards for the Practice of Conservation, and her education in Applied Economics to develop robust and useful indicators based on theories of change, analyze and summarize common causal pathways using results chains, and support learning groups by collecting and sharing relevant evidence.
Claire has worked with Environmental Incentives to apply theory of change and adaptive management approaches since 2013. She has extensive experience in effective project management, including budget analysis and management, USAID contract management, subcontract negotiation and management, and work planning and reporting.
Claire aspires to utilize market forces and human incentives to create sustainable solutions to conservation problems.