She specializes in providing strategic advice to companies facing critical issues stemming from the interaction of business and politics – from lobbying and public affairs campaigns on specific regulatory issues to supporting clients on antitrust and competition matters as well as broader reputation and crisis issues. She has significant experience working on tech issues, M&A situations and litigation projects.
Before joining Brunswick San Francisco, she spent 7 years working in Brussels, including 2.5 at Brunswick. In the US, Claire works with technology companies large and small on business-critical issues ranging from trust & safety, policy & regulatory and financial & investment issues. Recent clients have included Facebook, Pinterest, Stanford Hospital, the Walt Disney Company, Sabre, Siemens/Alstom, NVIDIA/Mellanox.
A French national, Claire holds a Double Master’s Degree in European Political Economy from Sciences Po Paris and the London School of Economics, and has studied Mandarin Chinese at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
Joe Biden took office in the middle of a pandemic and focused his administration’s attention on the response to COVID-19. However, other policy priorities are likely to come onto policymakers’ agendas as the pandemic (hopefully) recedes.
By Terry Calvani
25 March 2021