Claire Corcoran began her first term as Clermont County Commissioner on Jan. 1, 2019 and she is the President of the Board for 2021.
Commissioner Corcoran believes that Clermont County can continue to be a beacon for economic development while retaining its distinctive rural flavor.
Corcoran, who has lived in Goshen Township since 2001, has dedicated her life to public service. From 1974-1988, she worked in the Division of Domestic Relations for Hamilton County Common Pleas Court, where she was a manager focusing on home and child support investigations.
From 1988 to 2008, Corcoran worked as a supervisor and manager for Hamilton County Job & Family Services, responsible for a number of projects.
From 2012-2015, Corcoran served as a Goshen Township Trustee, and from October 2015 through January 2016, as the interim township administrator.
Corcoran also served on the Goshen Local School District Board from 2008-2011.
Corcoran, who grew up on a farm in West Chester, rode horses at an early age, and now raises horses with her husband, Jeff. Their horses are parade-certified, and often appear at parades around Greater Cincinnati, including the Reds’ Opening Day Parade.
Commissioner Corcoran has a B.A. from Edgecliff College, and a Masters in Public Administration from Northern Kentucky University.
She and her husband have two children. She is the legal guardian for a developmentally disabled individual who lives in Pike County.
Corcoran and her family administer the Corcoran Family Foundation.
Commissioner Corcoran may be reached at 513-732-7300 or email@example.com.