Casey Bruce-White

Writer and Editor in Miami, Florida

Casey Bruce-White

Writer and Editor in Miami, Florida

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Casey Bruce-White is a writer, digital storyteller, and activist from Stone Mountain, GA. Her articles and essays have appeared in Generation Progress, Huffington Post, For Harriet, Art Saves Lives International, Georgia Nonprofit NOW, Eide magazine, Pinkmagazine, Red & Black newspaper,and AtlantaBlackStar.com where she's written about topics like feminism, women and girls rights, the gender gap, diversity in the work space, race, pop culture, and poverty.

She has worked with numerous organizations, such as the Sadie Nash Leadership Project, Georgia Center for Nonprofits, Obama for America, AmeriCorps VISTA, AmeriCorps NCCC, BCBGeneration and PureRed Creative. She has also collaborated on multiple projects with Edelman PR, such as the first and second annual Georgia Gives Day. She currently works as the Digital Communications Associate at the ACLU of Florida, where she manages the organization's social media strategy and provides communications support to its volunteer chapters.

Her blog, Creme de la Femme, explores feminist issues from a 20-something perspective. She is also a co-founder of Eidé magazine, a fashion and lifestyle magazine founded in November 2011. She currently works in the nonprofit sector and lives in Miami, Fla.

Someone she worked with once described her as liquid sunshine.

  • Education
    • University of Georgia, ABJ Magazines
    • University of Georgia, BA Film Studies