Director of Communications, ACLU of Florida
Casey Bruce-White is an activist, communications strategist and advocate from Stone Mountain, GA. She currently serves 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 also worked as a Team Leader with the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps., where she led a team of young adults to organize in and volunteer in communities across the country. She has also worked with organizations such as Miami City Ballet, Sadie Nash Leadership Project, Georgia Center for Nonprofits, and AmeriCorps VISTA. Casey's articles and essays have appeared in publications, such as Florida Phoenix, Florida Today, Generation Progress, The Huffington Post, For Harriet, Art Saves Lives International, Red & Black Newspaper, Eide magazine, InfUSion magazine, and Atlantablackstar.com, where she’s written about women and girls rights, poverty, and racial justice. She earned her B.A.J. in magazine journalism and B.A. in film studies from the University of Georgia. She lives in Miami with her partner Corey and her dog Bella, and is one of seven children. As a military kid, she traveled and lived in various states across the country and continued traveling and organizing in communities before settling in Miami. She is passionate about working in communities and enjoys writing, baking, horror films, food justice and reading.