Clare’s a creative thinker — just the kind SIGNAL clients appreciate. She uses her exceptional writing skills and insight to analyze complex concepts and craft copy that resonates with diverse publics. As a SIGNAL manager, Clare concentrates her practice on helping clients deal successfully with technology and innovation, cybersecurity, defense, international trade, and intellectual property issues.
Clare provides strategic guidance to clients navigating the congressional appropriations process or seeking to engage with the executive branch on a range of issues. She has helped clients leverage trade promotion resources at the Department of Commerce and the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, and provides targeted analysis of pending trade agreements and legislation.
With a focus on international trade and intellectual property, Clare earned her law degree from Tulane University and is a licensed member of the Virginia State Bar. She has an undergraduate degree in politics from Mount Holyoke College, where she studied international political economy and trade in intellectual property. But don’t let her credentials fool you; she’s got a wicked sense of humor, an above-average love of cereal, and a freakish ability to place third at every trivia night.