Cas joined the Three Girls’ Team in 2019. He draws from a multifaceted background in professional writing, customer service and working with a variety of small businesses. He is passionate about consumer access, integrity of information and sustainable practices.
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Cas holds a dual Bachelors of Arts and Sciences from The Evergreen State College (TESC) in applied anthropology and environmental science. Prior to attending TESC, he graduated with an Associate of Arts with an emphasis in anthropology from South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC). While studying at SPSCC, he earned a Diversity Leadership Institute Certificate from the campus’ Office for Diversity and Equity.
He has created and edited content for The Sounds News at SPSCC, the Cooper Point Journal at TESC, and the Olympia-area start-up GoodTherapy. In his first year at the Cooper Point Journal the publication received honorable at the 2013 College Media and Journalism Conference in New York City. The following year, Cas expanded local business news coverage and advertising reach while working as the newspaper’s Business Manager.
Since working at the Cooper Point Journal, Cas has provided technical writing support for a variety of state and federal projects. He has also dedicated several years of retail support to the Olympia Farmers Market and the San Francisco Street Bakery – two major local establishments of the South Puget Sound area.
In his free time, he enjoys critiquing newspaper layout with his partner, tutoring high school students in writing and painting portraits of his friends’ pets.
Get to know Cas:
Favorite Pastime/ Hobby: Painting/Visual Art
Favorite Food: Chana Masala with Raita (Yogurt Sauce)
Random Fact About Me: I enjoy hiking in the rain.
Favorite Place: The Ozette Trail in Washington State
Favorite Movie: Mulholland Drive
Favorite Sports Team: Seattle Seahawks
What is guaranteed to put a smile on your face? A day out exploring museums, bookstores and local cafes in any metropolitan area will always do the trick.