Paul Casey (’75 BA) is an entrepreneur, business consultant, and founder of Casey Communications, a Seattle-based communications and marketing firm. Prior to starting his business, Casey served in state government as a community affairs director. He also worked as public affairs manager for a public relations firm and helped oversee the Downtown Seattle Tunnel Project. In 1985, Casey became the first executive director of the Alzheimer’s Association of Western Washington. The author of two books, “Is Self-Employment for You?” and “Preflight Checklist: Is Self-Employment for You?”, Casey is also a radio show host. In 2018, he launched Voices of Experience, a one-hour weekly podcast about public affairs, travel, education, finance, and entrepreneurship. While at WSU, Casey served two terms as student body president. He is a former chair of the Murrow Professional Advisory Board and a current Trustee with the Washington State University Foundation. Casey and his wife, Marti, are benefactors of the WSU Foundation.