|Job Title:||Vice President, Cultural Industries|
|Employer:||Global Public Affairs|
What makes you a good mentor?
My time at Carleton really formed the pillars of who I am today. It was a great learning experience that has taken me through journalism, politics and now into government relations. This is a great opportunity to give back to the next generation who ask themselves what will my journey be.
About Sean Casey
Sean Casey, Vice President – Cultural Industries, based in Ottawa, is a leading practitioner working in Ottawa on behalf of the arts and culture sector. He has an extensive background in dealing with intellectual property and copyright issues.
Sean is actively engaged in the development and implementation of short- and long-term advocacy strategies, involving engaging key political and bureaucratic stakeholders and like-minded interests on issues such as copyright reform and royalty applications.
Sean works with a variety of organizations representing the film, television and music industries to both examine and access funding programs available to them.
He works with clients on their key messages and positioning on complex issues within the Heritage, Industry and International Trade portfolios. Sean’s insight and experience allow clients to have a significant impact on the public policy discussion in the arts and culture sector.
Sean joined Global Public Affairs after eight years as a partner with another leading public affairs firm. Prior to that he served in various positions for three Members of Parliament, the Opposition House Leader and in the Office of the Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Stephen Harper.
A graduate of the Carleton University School of Journalism, Sean is active in coaching and coordinating various youth sports teams in the Ottawa area.