Claire joined Redstone after graduating from Stanford University, earning a Bachelors of Arts with honors in economics and minors in political science and queer theory. While at Stanford, she completed a thesis analyzing the impact of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs), a zoning reform aimed at increasing housing density, on in-neighborhood income and racial diversity in Vancouver, Canada. The final presentation of her thesis won an award for exceptional presentation and communication. Prior to this, she completed research related to the availability of children’s healthcare in California at the Immigration Policy Lab. She is also passionate about journalism and worked for The Stanford Daily as a managing editor and columnist throughout her time as an undergraduate.
She previously interned at USAFacts, a non-partisan initiative dedicated to creating a data-driven portrait of America and its government, as well as in the Washington D.C. Office of Representative Rosa DeLauro.
Claire is originally from Connecticut, and enjoys reading short stories, drinking coffee, and attempting to complete the New York Times crosswords.