Clare McCreary is an Account Associate at RALLY in the Los Angeles office, specializing in social media strategy, content creation, and education policy research and analysis.
At RALLY, Clare works with Students Matter, a national nonprofit organization that seeks to improve access to quality public education for all students through impact litigation. On behalf of Students Matter, she manages social media, supports communications work, and conducts research on litigation in the education space. Clare started at RALLY as a Fellow, where she also worked with Washington State Charter Schools Association and Come to Terms.
Before RALLY, Clare worked as a research assistant for the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations, studying various court cases and analyzing policy on domestic human trafficking. She also interned at the Burkle Center for International Relations, where she developed outreach strategy and helped plan, execute, and promote events.
Clare graduated from UCLA with a triple major in Global Studies, Political Science, and Italian. While at UCLA, she volunteered for Best Buddies, an organization devoted to changing the stigma around intellectual and developmental disabilities by promoting one-to-one friendships, and participated in marching band where she played alto saxophone. She also spent six months studying abroad at the University of Bologna, taking classes in Italian on politics, language, and opera.
Outside the office, Clare’s hobbies include whistling, traveling, and listening to live music — especially opera.