Marie Claire Lim Moore is a Filipina-Canadian-American working mother and author of Amazon best sellers Don’t Forget the Soap and Don't Forget the Parsley. After spending the early part of her childhood in Vancouver, Claire moved to New York City and attended the United Nations International School. She went on to study at Yale, climb the corporate ladder at Citi and travel around the world. She met her husband, Alex, while working in Sao Paulo, Brazil and they married in Manila, Philippines shortly before moving to Singapore where she managed the Global Client business for Citi in Asia. Now based in Hong Kong, Claire is Mom to Carlos, Isabel and Sofia and Development Director at The Women's Foundation, a dynamic philanthropic institution dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls.
Claire is regularly ranked among women leaders and she has been featured by CNN, The New York Times, USA Today, Smart Parenting and People Asia. She enjoys juggling her career and family and promoting work-family balance for women through her talks as well as her writing. She delivered a powerful talk at TEDxWanChai 2016 entitled "Why Asia Needs More Tiger Women." Other speaking engagements have been hosted by Citi, UBS, Standard Chartered Bank, The Financial Women’s Association of Singapore, and MasterCard Asia.
Recently Claire was named as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World Award™ (Global FWN100™) that recognizes Filipina women who are influencing the face of leadership in the global workplace, having reached status for outstanding work in their respective fields, and who are recognized for their leadership, achievement and contributions to society, female mentorship and legacy. Claire is also featured in women's empowerment expert Claudia Chan's Remarkable Women Series along with female role models Arianna Huffington, Tory Burch and Zainab Salbi.