Casey works with clients to develop successful legislative and regulatory strategies designed to effectively communicate client priorities to key House, Senate and related government agency officials. She focuses her practice on public law and policy matters for clients in the developing digital economy and emerging technology sectors.
To effectively advise clients, Casey provides timely updates and analysis of a range of legislative and regulatory issues involving transportation, infrastructure, commerce and appropriations.
Casey originally joined the team from the office of House Financial Services Committee Ranking Member and former Chief Deputy Whip Patrick McHenry (R-NC), where she managed constituent relations and advised the Congressman on the views of 10th District constituents.
Casey graduated with high honors from the University of Virginia (UVA) with a degree in leadership and public policy. While at UVA, she studied political science for a semester in Paris, France; and completed internships with a D.C.-area nonprofit, a D.C.-area lobbying firm and the U.S. House of Representatives.