Passionate about social justice, Claire currently works at Catholics for Choice, a pro-choice organization that affirms the capacity of women and men to make moral decisions about their lives and reproductive health.
She previously worked at Burness Communications, a firm dedicated to making social change through communications and advocacy. Her work on the public health team focused on the social determinants of health--or how access to healthy foods, a safe neighborhood, and a living wage can affect health and wellbeing.
Outside of her day job, Claire serves as Communication Director for the Women's Information Network (WIN), directs programming and outreach for the D.C. offshoot of Feminist Dialogue, and blogs about publishing and women's issues as Bibliofeminista.
She is attending Johns Hopkins University part-time as a Master of Arts in Communication Candidate. She plans to graduate in 2016 with two tracks: one in digital communications and one in political communication.