ISM Advancement Consultant | Director of Enrollment Management at All Saints’ Episcopal School
Casey provides insight on building admission programs that attract and retain a diverse, multinational student population, directing annual fund and major gifts fundraising programs that support the school’s mission, and creating marketing and communications programs that align with mission and support admission and development efforts.
Casey is a member of ISM’s Advancement Team, providing expertise in the areas of admission, enrollment management, and marketing communications. She serves on the Advancement Faculty for ISM’s weeklong summer Advancement Academy. She holds the Leader Certification through ISM’s International Advancement Program (IAP−L).
Casey also currently serves as the Director of Enrollment Management at All Saints’ Episcopal School, a college preparatory school for children who are three years of age through grade 12, in Fort Worth, TX.
Casey previously served as the Director of Admission & Enrollment Management at Spartanburg Day School in Spartanburg, SC. Before that, she spent 13 years at Linfield Christian School in Temecula, CA, working in a variety of roles.
She served as the Chief Advancement Officer from 2016–2018, supervising a staff of nine and overseeing domestic and international admission, college counseling, development, and marketing. She provided cross-functional leadership for enrollment, scheduling, testing, and student services, as well as oversaw parent and student ambassador programs and served on the Financial Aid Committee. Prior to serving as the Chief Advancement Officer, she was the school's Director of Admissions (2014-16) and Director of College Counseling (2005-14).
Casey is a member of WACAC, NACAC, and NAACAP.
Casey graduated from Azusa Pacific University with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. Casey pursued master’s coursework in both Business and Learning Design and Technology. She completed her Ed.D. in Organizational Change and Leadership at the University of Southern California.
Her doctoral research focused on independent school students and school-related stress. Specifically, she focused on the knowledge and motivation of stakeholders and organizational structures that allow or inhibit a school from achieving their goals with a particular lens on implementing change initiatives.