Clare Stich is the Manager of Constituent Relations for Pitt Honors. She is no stranger to the University, the Honors College, or Institutional Advancement. A 2-time graduate of Pitt, Clare earned a BA in Urban Studies, a M.Ed degree in Higher Education Management, and a certificate in American Sign Language. As a Master’s Student, Clare worked for Pitt Honors as their Graduate Student Assistant coordinating stewardship and alumni relations activities by maintaining communication with current and potential donors, community stakeholders, and Honors College students. Previous to her experience at Pitt Honors, she was the Advancement Assistant at Carnegie Science Center and a Grant Intern at Pittsburgh Assistance Center for Educators and Students. If you are an alumni or friend interested in engaging with or to giving to Pitt Honors, feel free to get in touch with Clare.
Though she is a native of Rochester, NY, Clare became passionate about the city and people of Pittsburgh during her undergraduate degree, exploring and learning about the city’s 90 unique neighborhoods with her Urban Studies classes. She is excited to be back at her alma mater and working at one of her favorite places. When she’s not working on the 35th floor, Clare can be found singing choir music, tasting flights at local breweries or cheering on the Buffalo Bills and Pitt football. She currently resides in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.
Education & Training
- BA (Urban Studies), University of Pittsburgh
- M.Ed (Higher Education Management), University of Pittsburgh