Paul E. Casey is the CEO and founder of Casey Communications Inc., a full-service marketing and communications firm based in Seattle. Casey Communications also places radio advertising across the nation.
Paul wrote a critically acclaimed book, “Is Self-Employment for You?” and has produced and hosted radio shows that help small businesses succeed.
Prior to founding Casey Communications, Paul worked in state government as community affairs director for a commission that reported directly to then governor Daniel J. Evans. He later served as an account executive at a mid-sized public relations firm, prior to becoming the public affairs manager that led to the successful completion of the Downtown Seattle Tunnel Project. In 1985 Casey became the first executive director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Western Washington.
Casey holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from Washington State University, where he served two terms as student body president. Paul resides in Seattle with his wife, Marti.
Paul enjoys travel, reading, bike riding, golf, and discussions about current affairs. Paul is a proud Cougar.
He is the current Chairman of Murrow Professional Advisory Board and a Trustee of the WSU Foundation.