Claire is currently a Master of Arts in Communication Candidate at Johns Hopkins University. She plans to graduate in Fall 2016 with specializations in both digital and political communication.
Claire double majored in English and religious studies at Connecticut College with a minor in art (photography concentration). She received her B.A. in May 2010, graduating cum laude with honors and distinction in religious studies for writing an honors thesis and maintaining a high grade point average.
She took a summer course at Harvard University in editing which included learning skills associated with copyediting, proofreading, and production. She also took a course in legal writing which taught her how to best use exact, concise language.
Her senior year at Connecticut College, Claire completed an honors thesis on the Raelian Movement and its reinterpretation of sacred knowledge in the Judeo-Christian Bible.
She graduated with honors and distinction in religious studies for completing this honors thesis while maintaining a GPA of 3.85 in the major field.
A copy of Science Replacing Sacred: The Raelian Movement and their Reinterpretation of the Judeo-Christian Bible may be found and downloaded in pdf here.
Claire received a professional certificate in copyediting from the University of California, San Diego, in December 2011.