Claire Hume received her Master’s in Environmental Policy from the University of Cambridge, U.K. in the fall of 2014. Her work has been published alongside
primatologist Jane Goodall in Faltering Light, a book on the grizzly bear hunt in B.C., and her Master’s dissertation on the liquefied natural gas industry was presented at the Oxbridge Conference for Canadian contributions to global research excellence. Prior to starting graduate school she completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of British Columbia and wrote for a wildlife conservation organization while living in the Great Bear Rainforest. Claire is an avid fly fisher(wo)man, classically trained ballet dancer, and loves snowboarding, biking, and swimming.