Chris Casey
Chris Casey Concepts
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Whether you are looking to expand your business, establish a long range plan, boost your fundraising efforts or host an outstanding event, a call to Chris Casey Concepts Marketing Solutions is a great way to start. Chris Casey, an accomplished leader with over thirty-five years of marketing, strategic planning, fund development, corporate and non-profit event planning is an effective communicator with the capacity to facilitate and work with corporate and community organizations to deliver successful results. She has a demonstrated history of managing corporate principals, community organizations, boards and volunteers.

Prior to launching her own business in 2003, Chris served as Director of Development for Johnson Health Network. In this position, she oversaw special events, community relations, grants, fundraising campaigns and the solicitation of major gifts for Johnson Memorial Hospital and its family of sister corporations. She also previously served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Graphica, Inc., of Enfield, where she spearheaded efforts aimed at product development and sales. In addition, Chris is a former president of both the Rotary Club of Enfield and the North Central Connecticut Chamber of Commerce. She continues to be active within these organizations.

As a result of her expertise and friendly, outgoing nature, Chris has established herself as a key player in north central Connecticut business. She has numerous professional contacts from which to draw upon and has developed an extensive network of talented individuals with whom she frequently collaborates.

Today, Chris’ list of clients and positive reputation is quickly growing. As her company’s name suggests, she prides herself on developing creative concepts to meet each client’s specific needs and then turning those concepts into successful solutions.

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