With an engineering background, Claudette covers a range of technical issues for Greenpeace as part of the Research team.
Claudette investigates corporate conduct and regularly engages with companies to promote solutions to environmental problems. She has worked with companies in the refrigeration, paper and tissue, chemical, electronics, automotive and seafood industries. Before coming to Greenpeace, Claudette was coordinator of the Clean Car Campaign at the Ecology Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where she worked to improve fuel economy and remove toxic chemicals from vehicles. From 2000 to 2003, she served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Serenje, Zambia, where she helped communities address a range of environmental issues, including sanitation and water shortages. Claudette earned a Bachelor’s degree in engineering and a Master's in environmental policy from the University of Michigan