Claire Snyder-Hall is the program director for Common Cause Delaware. In conjunction with the Governing Board, she leads the organization's communications efforts, lobbies the General Assembly, and organizes events to advance the good government agenda in Delaware.
Before joining Common Cause in February 2015, she served on the faculty at George Mason University for twelve years, where she focused on democratic theory and civic engagement. She has been an associate of the Kettering Foundation for over twenty years. In addition, she is a writer, community activist, and former candidate for the Delaware state senate.
Claire holds a PhD in political theory from Rutgers University and a BA cum laude from Smith College.