(she/her)Washington Improv Theater
Clare Mulligan is an Assistant Director of Events at Georgetown University, where she develops programming to raise funding for medical research.
She has more than five years of experience in the event planning field and has brought dozens of conferences, galas, silent auctions, and panels to life. Clare loves brainstorming communication strategies and creating unique programming. She has a master’s degree in Public Relations & Corporate Communication from Georgetown University and a bachelor’s degree in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (with a minor in Economics) from Washington University in St. Louis.
Clare joined the WIT community in 2015 as a student and became a performer with The October Issue (now Hellcat) in 2016. Clare is a DC native who has loved attending WIT shows since she was a teenager and she thinks DC needs more of the special weirdness that WIT brings to the community. She is passionate about reproductive justice, LGBTQ rights, and ending systemic violence against women and girls. Outside of work and improv, Clare dedicates herself to her cat Donut, to her book review Instagram account, and to maximizing her ROI on her AMC A-List subscription.
Clare is a DC native—yes, DC proper, and don't you forget it—and she has been improvising since 2011.
Clare has previously performed with Mama’s Pot Roast at Washington University and has workshopped with Second City, the Annoyance Theater, and the Reduced Shakespeare Company. One time, she saw Beck Bennett, Kyle Mooney, and Taran Killam on the New York City Subway but she was too embarrassed to ask for a picture. She still regrets not asking. In her spare time, Clare impersonates Guy Fieri.