Claire serves as Director, Program Evidence, Measurement and Evaluation. In this position, she leads monitoring and evaluation efforts of the END Fund’s granting portfolio, and oversee activities that provide a view of the organization’s return on investment and generates evidence that influences policy and practice.
Claire brings over ten years of work experience in global health. She comes to the END Fund from Harvard University, where she recently completed a Doctorate in Public Health. Prior to Harvard, Claire was a research director at the National Institute of Public Health in Mexico. In this position, she managed a study on the costs and efficiency of HIV interventions across 500 health organizations in five African countries. She has also worked as a consultant for UNFPA, WHO, the Global Fund, Ariadne Labs, and VinaCapital Foundation on topics ranging from health financing to health systems strengthening and global governance. She started her career as a management consultant, helping hospitals in France and the United Kingdom improve the quality and efficiency of their services.
Claire received a joint Master of Science degree in Health Policy Planning and Financing from the London School of Economics and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and a Master of Science degree in Finance and Strategy from Sciences Po Paris.
A French national, she also speaks Spanish and conversational Chinese. Outside of work, Claire enjoys reading, hiking, and going to concerts. She most recently started running triathlons.