Senior Director, Communications & Digital Strategy
With over 15 years of experience crafting strategic communications for nonprofits, Casey loves helping individuals and organizations tell their authentic stories. At Tawonga, Casey has created the organization’s award winning impact report, led a website and video rebranding and created the agency’s first style guide. Casey has also helped place stories about Tawonga in dozens of publications, including The New York Times. As a former camper and summer staffer, Tawonga’s transformational mission is deeply personal for her.
Casey earned a Masters in Public Administration with a focus in nonprofit management from USC’s Sol Price School of Public Policy and a B.A. in history from Claremont McKenna College. She has also led programmatic and communications work at the USC Shoah Foundation Institute and the San Francisco Jewish Community Relations Council. Casey lives in Lafayette with her husband and fellow Tawongan, Matt, and their daughters, Sadie and Maya. She can often be found attempting to serenade her family with songs from the Tawonga songbook.