Clare is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader and is recognised as a ‘100 Women of Influence’ in Australia.
Clare is a globally recognised leader for her work in ethics in finance and her personal commitment to social issues
Clare advises businesses and leaders on ethics, good governance and trust. She is the author of two books, ‘A Matter of Trust – The Practice of Ethics in Finance’ and ‘One – Valuing the Single Life’ (2018), Melbourne University Publishing and distributed by Penguin.
Clare is a former employment lawyer and an accomplished marathon swimmer. She swam solo around New York City, a distance of 46 kilometres. She is the only person to have swum from Coogee Beach to the Sydney Opera House, a swim recorded in the International Swimming Hall of Fame.
In 2007, prior to the global financial crisis, Clare’s paper ‘Ethics or Bust’ was awarded the inaugural Ethics & Trust in Finance Prize by the Observatoire de la Finance, Geneva. In 2010, Clare led the establishment of The Banking and Finance Oath (The BFO), a Hippocratic oath for those working in banking and finance.
Clare is the EY Fellow for Trust and Ethics and an Honorary Fellow of The University of Melbourne. She also works with Dr. Bronwyn King, founder of Tobacco Free Portfolios.