Casey is an engineer at Gebau, Inc., a structural consulting firm in Boulder, Colorado. Prior to landing there, she earned her Master’s degree in structural engineering from the University of Notre Dame, where she studied transitional bridging as a tool to aid developing nations and to assist in disaster relief. During that time, she also served as a seismic design consultant for the Rwandan branch of CU’s student Engineers Without Borders branch. Her undergraduate degree in architectural engineering is from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she worked with Dr. Amy Javernick-Will to study gender diversity and identity within Engineers Without Borders-USA. Also while at CU, she worked with Dr. Abbie Liel to study the efficacy of new seismic design code when applied to subduction-type quakes, such as those induced by the Cascadia subduction zone in the American northwest. In her off time, Casey enjoys hiking, fishing, and baking cookies.
MS in Structural Engineering, University of Notre Dame, 2015
BS in Architectural Engineering w/ Honors (Structural Design), University of Colorado Boulder, 2013
Engineer in Training (EIT)
Colorado Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers, and Professional Land Surveyor