Claire brings discipline, interpersonal skills, and diligence to her role as a Mortgage Analyst. She is a recent graduate from Claremont McKenna College, where she excelled academically and ultimately earned her Bachelor’s in Economics and Organizational Studies. In addition to her academic excellence, Claire played an integral role as a Center on the women’s basketball team, helping to break several school records and making appearances at the NCAA national tournament four years in a row. She also found time to chair the Administrative Affairs and Appropriations Committee for the Student Senate, to act as guide for first year students through Claremont’s New Student Orientation and Mentorship program, and to volunteer for Alternatives Anonymous – a club that booked musicians to perform free concerts for Claremont McKenna students. Claire’s Senior Thesis, a requirement for all Claremont McKenna students, was an elaborate economic analysis of the private prison industry. Claire grew up in Santa Rosa, California, where her family still resides. She enjoys cooking, hiking, and attending live music events in her free time.