Casey is a founding member of the LatinX Bioethics affinity group. He is currently studying Bioethics at Harvard Medical School and working as the Government Relations Advisor for the Massachusetts Medical Society. His interest in Bioethics began during his undergraduate studies at Columbia University, where he saw his academic studies in Philosophy, Economics, and Psychology merge around ethical dilemmas in health care. His father is from Bolivia, but Casey grew up in Central Pennsylvania, where his connection to the LatinX community was limited. During his time in New York City, Casey began connecting more closely with his identity as a Latino. Playing soccer in the public parks there, he cultivated a community who identified his fleetfooted flair as distinctly Latino. This ingratiation by way of sport set him on a path of carrying a Latino perspective in all that he does. Casey went on to study law at the University of Maryland, where he was a member of the Latino Law Students Association. Additionally, he obtained a Health Law certificate and was the Managing Editor of the Maryland Law Review. Prior to moving to Boston for the Master’s in Bioethics program, Casey practiced law in Pittsburgh for several years, defending health care professionals and entities. He now brings his personal, academic, and legal experiences to discussions regarding the ethics of health care markets, practice, and legislation. In his spare time, he continues playing soccer, building community, and spending sunny days outside with his golden retriever, Piper.