Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Executive Summary

High-energy executive successful in building and motivating dynamic teams while transforming high-potential staff to demonstrate their creativity. Cultivates existing culture with new life to contribute towards new goals and results. Strong experience with project development and management with over $14 million in grant funds awarded.

Core Qualifications
  • Operations management
  • Staff development
  • Policy/program development
  • Results oriented
  • Quality deliverables
  • Leadership
Professional Experience
02/2014 to 2016 Environmental Technician Waste Management | Rochester, NH,
  • Successfully authored and awarded over $14 million in grant monies.
  • Plan and direct the work on energy, sustainability, and climate change activities with staff and constituents to direct the community towards the adoption/integration of innovational and transformational technologies related to renewable energy, distributed energy resources, microgrid development, advanced battery storage systems, and energy management systems.
  • Maintain, inspect, coordinate, and develop ecological protection measures including dune stabilization, coastal erosion mitigation, vegetation compliance, and endangered species protection.
  • Community liaison to coordinate and design community goals to transition to 100% renewable energy and the Decentralized Resilient Energy Assessment and Management (D.R.E.A.M.) Plan, an addendum to the Town's Comprehensive Management Plan.
  • Develop, prepare and plan for grant opportunities for the Town related to energy, aquaculture, coastal erosion, green infrastructure, resiliency planning, electric vehicle supply equipment, fisheries management and other related sustainability or resiliency funding opportunities.
  • Supervise and coordinate drafting and coordinating of Request for Proposals/Qualifications issued by the Town, associated with Department projects.
2012 to 11/2014 Executive Director Providence Health & Services | Sherwood, OR,
  • Plan and direct the work of the sustainability and resiliency programs and its volunteers Developed, directed, and maintained sustainable economic development projects designed to cost effectively initiate economic, ecological, and social opportunities working with different stakeholders representing many different sectors Initiated sustainability activities related to energy, renewable energy, energy conservation Initiated resiliency activities related to disaster preparedness, coastal community planning, and resilient building and design Coordinated with community stakeholders as a liaison between the Towns of Southampton, East Hampton, and Shelter Island sustainability committees to share, exchange, and enhance regional approaches to vast issues including energy, water quality, septic/cesspool systems, banning of plastic bags, affordable housing, and other environmental, social, and economic improvements Assisted in the adoption of the Town of Southampton's Sustainability 400 Master Plan, an addendum to the Town's Comprehensive Management Plan Supervised the development, preparation, research, and stakeholder building for third parties, including the Shinnecock Indian Nation, to apply for grant opportunities related to sustainability and resiliency with over $4 million of grant funds being awarded to Peconic Institute partners Supervised over 30 volunteers with well over 12,000 hours logged.
03/2010 to 10/2012 Program Assistant Dependable Home Health Care | Andover, MN,
  • Plan, work, and maintain the Marine Meadows program's community outreach activities including educational lessons in schools, hands-on workshops related to eelgrass, fundraising efforts., and community events including teach-ins Maintain and protect eelgrass while plant material is in storage including the maintenance of equipment, water quality parameters, and proper handling Supervise and coordinate over 14 volunteers with over 1000 hours logged.
05/2010 to 07/2011 Delegate (Intern) Papua New Guinea Mission To The United Nations | City, STATE,
  • Reported to and represent the Ambassador and Mission at committees related to sustainability, the environment, indigenous persons, and the right to clean water Planned for and advised the Mission on the economic development of Papua New Guinea related to the environment and natural assets of the nation A member of the Mission team who welcomed H.M.
  • Queen Elizabeth II during the June 2010 visit to the United Nations General Assembly Hall.
Expected in 2014 Certified Floodplain Manager | American Association of Floodplain Managers, , GPA:
Expected in 2011 MA | Marine Conservation & Policy Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY GPA:

Marine Conservation & Policy Concentration in Coastal Policy and Planning

School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences ­ work related to conservation and policy of natural resources related

the marine environment with a concentration and focus on the interphase between the built and natural systems

in coastal community areas

Expected in 2010 BA | Environmental Studies Policy and Planning Stony Brook University Southampton, Southampton, NY GPA:

Environmental Studies Policy and Planning School of Marine & Atmospheric Sciences ­ work related to intellectual property rights in biological mimicry and

biopiracy and coastal community planning related to the impacts of climate change on coastal communities with a

specific focus on Sea Level Rise and Resiliency Adaptation.

Expected in 2005 Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD.) | Pharmacy St. John's University, Jamaica, NY GPA:

Town of Southampton ­- Sustainability Committee (2013-2016) Town of East Hampton ­- Energy & Sustainability Committee (ex-officio) (2013-2016) Town of East Hampton ­- Fisheries Advisory Committee (ex-officio) (2014-2016) Town of East Hampton ­- Emergency Preparedness Committee (ex-officio) (2015-2016) Town of Southampton - Government and Education Access Channel Committee (2012-2014) Peconic Institute ­- Board of Directors (2012-2014) Peconic Institute ­- Board of Incorporators (2012)

drafting, energy conservation, energy management, focus, fundraising, funds, inspect, intellectual property, exchange, natural, natural resources, Proposals, research, water quality, workshops

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School Attended

  • American Association of Floodplain Managers
  • Stony Brook University
  • Stony Brook University Southampton
  • St. John's University

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  • Environmental Technician
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  • Program Assistant
  • Delegate (Intern)


  • Certified Floodplain Manager
  • MA
  • BA
  • Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD.)

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