Claire Phillips is an Associate Director at the Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center, where she works in close partnership with the Extreme Heat Resilience Alliance members.
Claire previously worked as a climate resilience consultant at ICF, working with public and private sector clients in climate resilience, environmental justice, and climate equity efforts. She supported state and local officials in developing climate action plans, utilities and investment firms in assessing and planning for climate risks, and environmental NGOs and U.S. federal agencies in developing equitable climate guidance. She has also worked and volunteered at numerous non-profit organizations, including FRESHFARM FoodPrints, the National Museum of Natural History, the Sexual Assault Support Services of Midcoast Maine (trained hotline volunteer), the Congressional Research Service, and the Consortium for Energy Efficiency.
Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Studies and Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine.