Watch the video above to hear the University of East Anglia coach answer questions on her coaching experiences, from her roots in the game to her inspirations.
Claire is one of 12 women taking part in the first series of sessions of the programme.
The first intake is all-female as part of Basketball England's #AllGirls campaign which aims to inspire more women and girls to take part in the sport.
Run in conjunction with UK Coaching, it has been designed to support the development of influential and upcoming coaches ready to lead and inspire a generation of future athletes.
The coaches selected to take part in the first edition of the programme along with Claire are: Renee Busch, Sue Gilmour, Annie Scanlon, Johannah Leedham-Warner, Lauren Milligan, Kiely Reed, Ivana Sendecka, Hannah Shaw, Azeb Smalley, Cristina Stanciuca, Sarah Wagstaff.
Great workshop today with BE Leadership Program... the best part about it all is the connections i am making between so many different people.— Joey Leedham-Warner OLY (@joey_leedham13) January 31, 2021
Thanks as always to @jennycoady10 and @BrianAldred for putting everything together.
The programme has hosted two online sessions so far with some heavyweight guest speakers interacting with the participants.
Dr Jane Booth, Authentic Leadership Expert and Leadership Development Innovator, Sandy Brondello, Australian Opals and Phoenix Mercury Head Coach and Kate Maher, former international player and Nike Senior Director, addressed the second meeting of the programme recently.
Liz Burkinshaw, Learning and People development Consultant, Helen Bradshaw, of Royal Mail and Rebecca Symes of Sporting Success and GB Hockey spoke at the first.
It is hoped the programme will culminate, following at least four more sessions, with a coaching clinic - Covid-allowing - in August.