Kasey Iranon is an Account Executive in RALLY’s Seattle office with experience in project management, research and analysis, and media relations.
At RALLY, Kasey has worked on a wide range of issues from education equity to homelessness. Currently, she supports YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish around strategic communications, message development, and storytelling for their work at the intersection of race and gender equity. Previously, Kasey worked with SchoolHouse Connection—a national non-profit working to overcome homelessness through education—on their federal advocacy goals. Past clients include Education Trust and Stand for Children Washington.
Prior to RALLY, Kasey was a fellow at The Washington Bus, a nonprofit aimed at increasing youth participation in politics. While there, she led community voter registration drives and managed field logistics for an initiative to create publicly funded Seattle city council elections. She also completed a fellowship with Progressive Majority Washington, an organization focused on providing resources to help historically underrepresented groups in politics run for local and state offices.
Kasey graduated from the University of Washington, where she studied marketing and political science. Outside of the office, Kasey enjoys reading, traveling, and spending entirely too much time on Twitter. She is also a black belt in Shaolin Kung Fu.