Casey Jo Haddox is an ambitious, skilled professional with considerable experience and exposure in New Jersey state, local, non-profit and private sectors. She has successfully leveraged her expertise in advocacy, strategy, communication, and legislative affairs to drive organizational goals and meet client objectives.   

She currently serves as the Director of Advocacy of Hoboken Strategy Group. In her role, Casey develops and executes strategy, manages complex advocacy campaigns and provides high quality correspondence and communication to deliver positive results for clients. Casey utilizes her strong interpersonal communication, cross collaboration and goal-oriented approach to cultivate strategic relationships and partnerships with various political and community leaders to guide clients’ policy agenda through political processes. She also assists the firm in monitoring and researching legislation of impact to clients.  

Casey advances client’s public relations and digital communications objectives through the development and delivery of social media management, relations and content development. Casey brings her creativity and detailed-oriented attitude to increase digital outreach to client’s network and audience. 

Before joining HSG, Casey served as the Generation Action Manager for Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey, where she worked extensively on the organization’s legislative and public affairs to protect and expand reproductive rights and family planning services for all New Jerseyans. In this role, Casey managed, organized, and communicated with students of various ages and backgrounds to build equitable reproductive rights movements on college campuses.  

Casey started her political career in 2017 as an intern with the 19th Legislative district office. From 2017 to 2019, Casey worked with the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University to increase civic participation among high school students and encourage young adults to explore leadership roles in their community. In 2018, she began her first role after college as a legislative aide for the 38th Legislative district office. Casey achieved positive resolutions for constituents, examined policies of legislative impact to district residents and led outreach efforts to interfaith communities.  

Casey’s professional and personal experiences drive her passion and determination to bring women and minority representation and experiences into public policy and politics. She is committed to offering new ways to improve and better various systems and structures of government to ensure transparency and equity for all New Jersey residents. Casey volunteers her time as the Executive Director of Pam’s List, a women’s political action committee, the Secretary for the Young Democrats of America Jewish Caucus and the fundraising chair for the South Jersey Young Democrats.   

Casey earned her B.A. in Political Science and International Global Studies from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, while also working full-time as a waitress. Outside of work, Casey enjoys spending time with her friends and family, working out, listening to music, reading, and trying and cooking new foods. Casey currently resides in Camden County, NJ.