Claire Treacy

Claire Treacy

Assistant Director, Center for Social Measurement and Evaluation

About Claire

Claire serves as an Assistant Director for the Center for Social Measurement and Evaluation. Claire attended Texas A&M University where she earned her bachelor’s degree studying effective methods and practices for positive youth development. While at A&M, Claire participated in the Bush School of Government’s Advanced International Affairs program where she gained an appreciation for public policy and nonprofit development. Prior to joining CHILDREN AT RISK, Claire spent two years with Living Water International structuring and executing their college advocacy campaign, providing awareness about the global water crisis and growing community access to clean water.

Claire leads and collaborates in ongoing data and research efforts at CHILDREN AT RISK across the organization’s issue areas. Most noteworthy, she leads efforts for the annual School Rankings, a project that analyzes thousands of public schools across Texas, providing data to parents, leaders, and policy makers. She is currently pursuing a Master of Social Work degree at the University of Houston. 

What did you want to be when you grew up?

I always wanted to be a horse trainer. Something about the size and sensitivity of horses amazed me as a little girl, and I always wanted to be around them.

What was your favorite book as a child?

Any and all of the Ramona Quimby books! I was a super curious kid with a pretty big imagination, and Ramona was that adventurous friend we all wanted.

What is your dream for Texas children?

To know their lives matter and that those lives are worth fighting for.