Claire works across FFORC to support program planning and evaluation of SNAP-Ed funded programs, including Community Circles, Community Gardens, and Communities on the Move. She brings her commitment to learning from complex systems and continuous learning to this role by incorporating systems thinking, quality improvement, and participatory research methods. Claire also manages the Wages Study and the intervention submission and review process to expand the SNAP-Ed Toolkit. As a project manager, she is always dreaming up ways to streamline processes and improve the user experience. Claire began working with FFORC in December 2016 as a Graduate Research Assistant; after receiving her Masters of Public Health in Health Behavior at Gillings School of Global Public Health in May 2018, she was thrilled to join the team full time.