Casey is active in business, technology, government and social sectors as an executive, advisor, participant, and advocate. He has held progressively senior leadership roles at Scotiabank, employing strategic, transformational, stakeholder-aligned and results-oriented mindsets to his appointments. Casey is also committed to serving important causes, advising technology and start-up ventures, participating in public policy and the political process, and serving as a board member and volunteer with several national and community-based organizations including the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR), Vimy Foundation, Art Gallery of Ontario, and United Way, among others. He holds a BA from Western University (of London, Ontario), has completed/is completing continuing education studies at Duke University (of Durham, North Carolina) and Queen’s University (of Kingston, Ontario), and is an alumni of the Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Conference. Casey brings an innovative, well-rounded, and global perspective to discussions, as well as a commitment to growing shared prosperity through nation-building.