A Great Day for Lash Equality: Ambiguous Appeal in Male-Centered Cosmetics Campaigns"
Claudia Hernandez is a part of the communications team at CLASP (clasp.ngo), an environmental NGO, in Washington. D.C. She supports research promotion, business development, and aids the Policy & Analysis team in their global efforts to encourage ambitious energy efficiency policy. Prior to joining CLASP, Claudia worked with the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University where she supported efforts to highlight research, events and policy insights across the energy sector. Her work examines how major climate events are and will continue affecting marginalized communities of color—Claudia seeks to understand how we can expand energy access to these groups while minimizing negative impacts on the environment.
Claudia holds a Master of Arts in Sociology from the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Scripps College. During this time, her research focused on the intersections of race, gender, and new media—specifically focusing on masculinities. She continues to involve herself in these concepts in her spare time.
B.A. Sociology - Scripps College
M.A. Sociology - Columbia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences