Deputy Associate Administrator for Intergovernmental Affairs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
About Casey Katims
Casey Katims joined EPA this year with the new Biden-Harris leadership team as Deputy Associate Administrator for Intergovernmental Affairs. Prior to joining EPA, he served as Director of Federal and Inter-State Affairs for Washington Governor Jay Inslee, working as his primary advisor on federal policy issues and directing the state of Washington’s engagement with Congress, the White House, federal agencies, fellow governors’ offices and various other stakeholders in D.C. He previously spent five years as a policy advisor in the U.S. House of Representatives for Rep. Suzan DelBene, developing bills and amendments on a range of issues and helping manage her responsibilities on the House Ways and Means Committee. Casey has a degree in Political Science from Vassar College and grew up in Edmonds, Washington.