Following a successful international career as an equestrian show jumper—she represented the United States at the championship level, ranking 80th in the world and 12th in the US—Clare turned her attention toward business development and management. Through her work with ESP and Keith Raniere, Clare has developed herself in the areas of law, corporate ethics and critical thinking—she currently manages several businesses ranging from real estate, to event management, to business consulting.
In line with a long-running family tradition, yet motivated by her own unique values, Clare is also heavily involved in various philanthropic endeavors. She has produced events for and consulted with various foundations including A Cappella Innovations, the World Ethical Foundations Consortium, and His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’s public talk in Albany, New York.
In 2007, Clare, along with her sister Sara Bronfman and Keith Raniere founded the Ethical Humanitarian Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting the evolution of humanity through ethics. In addition to being on the Executive Board and a regional executive with ESP, Clare also sits on the Board of the Ethical Science Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the ethical pursuit of science, technology and education.