Claire Corcoran began her first term as Clermont County Commissioner on Jan. 1, 2019.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.