The YCEA recognized individuals and organizations for their distinguished achievement, volunteerism, support and commitment to the York community and York County.
Casey has been employed with Penn-Mar Human Services as a Job Developer for the past four and a half years. She works closely with local businesses to develop employment opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities that reside in York and Baltimore Counties. She also developed and currently maintains the social media pages for the organization and assists the Penn-Mar Development Team. She attended York College receiving a degree in Marketing and Advertising. She currently received her Master’s degree in Business Administration from Shippensburg University.
Casey is actively involved with the YCEA as co-chair of the Ambassadors, and participating in the Membership Committee. She is active with the United Way through various facets including the Emerging Leaders Program and Women Living United as well as an active member of the Southern York County Business Association Board of Directors. Casey graduated from the Leadership York Training Program (LTP) in 2014 and is currently on the LTP Planning Committee as well as an active member in the York Young Professionals and Buy Local Coalition. Casey enjoys giving back to the York community saying, “York is such a welcoming community, it makes it easy and fun to be involved.”
Other honorees include:
- Appointed Official of the Year: Jeffrey R. Garvick
- Community Service Award: Wesley A. Kahley
- Education/Workforce Development Advocate of the Year: Deb Rauscher
- Elected Official of the Year: Representative Ron E. Miller
- Non-profit Community Impact Award: Steam into History, Inc
(Casey pictured bottom left)