Claire Stanley began at NDRN as a Public Policy Analyst in December of 2020. Prior to her position with NDRN, Claire worked as an advocate with the American Council of the Blind where she advocated for the rights of blind and visually impaired persons, both on a direct level as well as on Capitol Hill. Claire has worked previously at two P&As: at Disability Rights California as a summer legal extern, and with Disability Rights D.C. at University Legal Services as a legal fellow under the PAMI program. Claire received her B.A. in political science and communication from the University of California Davis in 2011 and a J.D. from the University of California Irvine in 2015. As a person with a disability, Ms. Stanley believes strongly in the rights of all persons with disabilities.