Claudia was born in California, grew up in the Chicago area, and raised children in Scottsdale after moving there for her husband to advance in his career in aviation. While the children attended school she also returned to school and earned an MBA in Finance and PhD in Marketing at Arizona State University. After a ten-year stay in Scottsdale, a job offer as a Professor of Marketing at Sacramento State University took her and her family to Sacramento where she worked until retiring in 2012. She and her husband decided to retire in Boulder City (having heard about it from some other pilots her husband knew) where she fell in love with it small-town feel. Her husband, Marty, retired in 2017 and shares her love for their new “home town.”
Her background in finance, marketing and grant writing brought her to Emergency Aid of Boulder City where she has been volunteering for three years as a grant writer, newsletter editor and most recently as the treasurer. She feels that this is her way of giving back for all that she has been able to accomplish in her life. She tries to carry this appreciation into everything she does with a desire to be of service to others and her community. She also practices yoga and enjoys the outdoor activities available in Boulder City.
Claudia has three adult children, two son’s-in-law, and two beautiful grand-daughters who she visits or has them visit her and her husband whenever possible. She also has three dogs who live the good life and they spend this good life in their home that was built in the 1930s and appreciates the historical significance of the buildings in Boulder City.
Claudia is Boulder City’s representative on the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) Board, the Southern Nevada Regional Planning Coalition/Debt Management Commission, and the Nevada Public Agency Insurance Pool Board of Directors (POOL)/Public Compensation Trust (PACT).