Claire Jagla is a proud Fulbright alumna who joined the Fulbright Association team in 2021. During her Fulbright to Korea in 2014-15, she taught 900 high school students English conversation using an acting improvisation-based curriculum. Now, Claire works to advance the mission of the Fulbright Association by connecting with Fulbright alumni around the world. Prior to her role at the Fulbright Association, Claire worked as a development manager at Teach For America and as a program manager at a small arts education nonprofit in Dayton, Ohio. Claire holds master’s degrees in business management and arts management, earned at the University of Cincinnati’s Lindner College of Business and College-Conservatory of Music, respectively. She also earned a Bachelor of Music in vocal performance from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, and is a passionate supporter of art education, especially in underserved communities.