Executive Team Fellow
Claudine Humure is a graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, MA, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Biological Sciences. In the summer of 2014, Ms. Humure worked with the Boston Medical Center pediatrics department as a Health Leads advocate to represent refugees and kids from low income families who lacked the means to a basic health care.
In 2015, Ms. Humure worked at the MIT Media Lab as a research intern with the lab’s biomechatronics group and as a student at the MIT D-Lab. During her time at MIT, Ms. Humure initiated the design of a 3D printable prosthetic socket for transfemoral amputees in developing countries. In an effort to continue the project, Ms. Humure kept collaborating with MIT the following year while also working closely with Autodesk, a software manufacturing company located in Boston, MA. As a result of this project, she is one of the 2017 OZY Genius grant recipients.
Ms. Humure has worked at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charles Town, MA as a comprehensive rehabilitation intern where she tended to amputees and people with spinal cord injuries. She has also interned with Next Step Bionics & Prosthetics in Newton, MA.
While at Wheaton College, in addition to being a student, Ms. Humure worked as a writing tutor and a Career Peer Advisor.