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Corinne Schneider

Chief Communications Officer Leadership, Communications | Washington, DC

A member of the team first in 2009, Corinne joined CLASP with extensive international experience and fluency in Spanish. Her leadership on business development and partnership, strategic positioning, and culture have been essential to CLASP’s success over many milestones and transitions. Originally from the ecologically vibrant coast of Lake Michigan, Corinne is proud to serve in the global climate change mitigation and clean energy access sectors. Corinne holds an MFA in poetry from the City University of New York and is a published poet and essayist. A 500-hour certified yoga teacher, she hosts weekly yoga classes at studios across DC.

Co-produced by Efficiency for Access and CLASP; written by Corinne Schneider, Jenny Corry Smith, and the CLASP team. So much has happened since the re-launch of the Efficiency for Access Coalition in
CLASP’s diverse and expert team is strengthened by the many women who comprise the International Women of CLASP – or ‘IWOC.’ Here are just some of our IWOC highlights from 2019. IWOC at CLASP 20th An
The Global LEAP Awards test method for solar water pumps assesses product performance and quality. This story gives insights into how the CLASP team and our partners developed the test method. Modern
In celebration of CLASP's 20th anniversary, each month we profile one of our team members. This month we hear from Corinne Schneider, CLASP’s Chief Communications Officer. My favorite story about comm
On May 10th, at the Dockmaster Building at D.C.’s District Wharf, past and current team, board members, and partners gathered to celebrate CLASP’s 20 years of impact. Founder and Board Chair Stephen W
“In 2018, CLASP continued its dual objective of mitigating catastrophic climate change and delivering sustainable energy services to the world’s poor,” explains CLASP CEO Christine Egan. Within the ne
We are entering a new era in which hundreds of millions of people in developing and emerging economies have the economic means to purchase air conditioners, and will therefore enjoy the benefits of co
16 October 2017

Keeping Cool in Pakistan

In Pakistan, where fans are the primary cooling appliance, the sweltering summer months exacerbate peak energy demand—over 140 million Pakistanis either have no access to the grid or suffer up to 12 h
The approach takes into account the economic realities of markets while putting the planet’s finite resources at the forefront. The European Commission adopted an ambitious Circular Economy Policy Pac
In celebration of CLASP's 20th anniversary, each month we profile one of our team members. This month we hear from Corinne Schneider, CLASP’s Chief Communications Officer. My favorite story about comm