At CSPI, Claudia Malloy supports a cross-organizational team of program and capacity building leaders working to pass policies and strengthen partnerships to build momentum to improve the food environment and protect public health.
Claudia is an advocacy leader whose 30-year career has woven together public policy, communications, and movement building. She has been instrumental in leading landmark campaigns, including: passing the Waxman-Markey cap and trade bill, finalizing President Obama’s Clean Power Plan, pausing the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline, passing the McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform bill, getting soda out of schools, and adding nutrition labeling to restaurant menus. Claudia is from North Canton, OH and lives in Washington, DC with her husband Chris and their cats.
Claudia first joined CSPI in 2001 and returned in February 2020.
What's the most inspiring part of your job?
"Everyday my colleagues and our partners inspire me by their passion for and commitment to creating a more just, equitable, and sustainable food environment."