April McClain-Delaney serves as Washington Director of Common Sense Media, Inc.
Prior to joining Common Sense, Ms. McClain-Delaney spent 15 years working in the communications arena in various roles. She then spent five years with Orion Network Systems as Vice President and Director. She worked for three years as an FCC attorney with Cohn & Marks, a boutique broadcast and cable firm. In the 1990s she co-founded USAT, an international satellite-based Internet services company. More recently, she has worked on children's issues in the nonprofit sector.
She oversees the Delaney Family Foundation fund and has served on multiple boards, including those of the Children's Hospital Foundation, the Community Foundation of the Capital Region, the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Washington Metropolitan Area, Discovery Creek's Children's Museum, and Family Life Services. She also serves on the Georgetown Law Board of Visitors. She's licensed to practice law in Washington, D.C. and New Jersey and is a Member of the Federal Communications Bar Association. She holds a bachelor's degree in communications from Northwestern University and a law degree from Georgetown Law Center.