Casey Dillon is an experienced digital communicator, specializing in leveraging real-time trends and long-term strategy to develop and execute successful advocacy and communications campaigns.
At CURA, Casey develops and directs digital communications strategies for nonprofit and corporate clients. She leads the Mental Health for US initiative, including the communications strategy, coalition building, policy platform development and event planning. She also serves as the Program Director for Advocates for Opioid Recovery, where she manages communications, media relations and grassroots advocacy efforts to break down barriers to evidence-based addiction treatment. Previously, she managed digital communications efforts for MDxHealth, The Kennedy Forum and PsychArmor Institute.
Prior to joining CURA Strategies, Casey worked for Mental Health America (MHA), the country’s oldest mental health advocacy nonprofit. There, she developed MHA’s social media strategy, bridged the policy and communications teams to develop an advocacy strategy, and planned and executed mental health policy meetings around the country.