Claire’s research serves as invaluable support to the executive search team. She has an extensive history of working at community volunteer organizations in various administrative roles. Her diverse work experiences have enabled her to bring an exceptionally detail oriented approach to the team.
Prior to KBRS, Claire worked as a peer educator in the Human Rights and Equity Services (HRES) office at Dalhousie University. She was responsible for a number of awareness campaigns on topics related to consent, sexual violence, respect, inclusion, anti-discrimination and harassment. Claire came to KBRS to utilize her passion for research while expanding her knowledge of the Nova Scotian job market from a recruiter’s perspective.
Claire attended Makerere University in Kampala Uganda, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Social Science and a dissertation focus on changing cultural constructions of female sexualities within cultural practices in Buganda Kingdom. Currently, Claire is working toward a Master of Arts Degree in International Development Studies at Dalhousie University as a recipient of the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarship.
As a passionate community leader, Claire is a member of a variety of organizations including, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Young Leader Think Tank for Policy Alternatives, All Nations International Development Agency, World University Service of Canada, African Diaspora Association of the Maritimes, and Feed Nova Scotia. When Claire has some free time, you could find her spending it with her Church group at youth fellowships and bible retreats or curled up on the couch with a good book, movie or documentary.