Allie’s approach to economic development seeks too honor people’s experiences of the places they live. She believes in the ability of asset-based and community-oriented development to produce desirable, sustainable, and dignified economic opportunities within and throughout communities.
Allie recently graduated with her Master of Community and Regional Planning from the University of New Mexico. While in school, she worked with a local nonprofit, the Street Food Institute, to build out community engagement and workforce development programming. Ms. Caskey also has experience in municipal governance, advising on sustainable village development and enhancement. Allie currently sits on the Nob Hill MainStreet board and is working on community-based economic development and historic preservation in her own neighborhood.
Master of Community and Regional Planning, University of New Mexico
BA Economics, Sustainable Urban Development, Lake Forest College