is a Senior Economist and Finance Policy Lead at the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). Casey identifies best practice polices and market mechanisms that can be used to finance energyefficiency in the residential, commercial, manufacturing, and nonprofit sectors. She also performs macroeconomic modeling of the impacts of energy efficiencypolicy and programs. In addition, she documents and articulates the underlying economic mechanics behind how energy efficiency supports job creation.
Prior to joining ACEEE, Casey worked as a consumer behavior researcher in the Division of Consumer and Community Affairs at the Federal Reserve Board of Governors. She also previously worked as an analyst in the Division of Reserve Bank Operations providing project oversight for Reserve Bank Fiscal Agency activities. Casey earned a master of arts in applied economics from Johns Hopkins University, and holds bachelors of arts in economics and political science from Muhlenberg College.