Clare George-Hilley is a former Conservative Councillor in the London Borough of Croydon and is currently a Contributing Editor for The Commentator 

Clare is also a Director for  the think-tank Parliament Streetcampaigning on social and community issues. She has also conducted extensive media work including broadcast interviews with the Daily Telegraph and Sky News. Clare has also contributed to articles in The TimesThe Daily MailThe Evening StandardThe Sunday TelegraphThe GuardianThe Daily Telegraph and the Sunday Express.

Clare joined the Conservative Party when she was at school and has been a member for over sixteen years. She been elected and appointed to various positions throughout the Conservative Party and served as Deputy Chairman for Conservative Future in both 2005 and 2010. She was the first ever Chairman of London Conservative Future in 2010 and in 2012, founded Conservative Future Women alongside the Home Secretary, Theresa May MP.

She is passionate about helping others and served as a governor for seven years and volunteered as a mentor for the charity, Lives Not Knives. Clare supports The Glove Project in The Gambia and has volunteered with Street Child in Sierra Leone. 

During the day Clare works as a Director for a property communications company. 

In 2007 she was a contestant on BBC One Castaway.