Casey Bruce-White is a senior communications strategist with over ten years of experience in program management, movement building, campaign strategy, and organizing. She has served as the Director of Communications at the ACLU of Florida since February 2019. She joined the organization in June 2016 as the Digital Communications Associate. As the Director of Communications, she oversees the strategic design, long-term development and implementation of the ACLU of Florida’s digital, multimedia and traditional communications.
Prior to this position, she worked at the American Council of Young Political Leaders in Washington D.C., focusing on streamlining the organization’s communications strategy and advancing friendship-building initiatives among young political leaders in the U.S. and internationally. She has worked with numerous organizations such as Miami City Ballet, Sadie Nash Leadership Project, Georgia Center for Nonprofits, AmeriCorps VISTA, and AmeriCorps NCCC.
Her articles and essays have appeared in publications such as Florida Today, Florida Phoenix, Generation Progress, The Huffington Post, For Harriet, Art Saves Lives International, Red & Black Newspaper, Eidé magazine, InfUSion magazine, and Atlantablackstar.com, where she’s written about women and girls rights, poverty, and racial justice. She was a 2021 fellow for New Leaders Council, and was named a 2017 Miami Girl Making History by the Miami Girls Foundation. She holds professional memberships with ColorComm, a national membership organization for women of color in the communications industry, and she is a founding member of THE WELL, a professional membership organization that provides emerging Black women leaders with professional development and a supportive network on their journey to becoming world-changers. She earned her B.A.J. in magazine journalism and B.A. in film studies from the University of Georgia.