Clare Bronfman grew up in an environment that fostered achievement; she tenaciously pursued a career as an equestrian show jumper. In nine and a half years of her career, Clare achieved 3 major international wins, represented the United States on numerous occasions, ranked 80th in the World and 12th in the United States. In 2005, she turned her attention to business development and management. Utilizing her work with NXIVM, Ms. Bronfman focuses on areas of law, corporate ethics and critical thinking. She currently manages several businesses ranging from real estate development, to hospitality, to production, to technology, to business consulting, and sits on NXIVM’s executive board managing much of the day to day business.
Inspired by her father, Edgar Bronfman Sr., yet motivated by her own values, Ms. Bronfman is also involved in various philanthropic endeavors. In 2007, she and her sister Sara Bronfman, and Keith Raniere, founded the Ethical Humanitarian Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting the evolution of humanity through ethics. Through the foundation, she produced events for the World Ethical Foundations Consortium, and His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama’s public talk in Albany, New York.
Ms. Bronfman also sits on the board of the Ethical Science Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the ethical pursuit of science, technology and education. The preliminary case studies of the foundation seek to determine relationships between the Rational Inquiry™ method, developed by Keith Raniere, and the overcoming of dehabilitating diseases, such as Tourettes Syndrome, Chrone’s Disease and OCD.