Casey Clowes

SRP Board at-large seat

Casey Clowes is running for Salt River Project District Board, At-Large 11 to ensure we have healthy, sustainable communities across the Valley. Casey is an attorney, high-stakes negotiator, and climate advocate. She has spent her personal and professional life working to improve the lives of others. Casey currently works as the Voting Rights Director at Progress Arizona. She collaborates with non-profit organizations, labor unions, and other community members to fight for pro-voter and pro-democracy policies at the state legislature. She has experience in both negotiating a wide variety of contracts and civil litigation. Casey has negotiated multi-year, multi-million-dollar contracts on behalf of her clients and is ready to use the skills she’s built to make sure rate payers get what they need from SRP. Casey thoughtfully considers complex policy matters by consulting with stakeholders and experts before making decisions. Casey was a Law and Sustainability Program Scholar, Sustainability Law Student Research Fellow and Jeffrey G. Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Team Lead, and completed the Law, Science, and Technology in Environmental and Sustainability Law program while in law school at ASU. She has published on western water law and agricultural solutions to drought in the west. Her experience allows her to efficiently and effectively devise solutions to complex policy issues, collaborating with and benefiting individuals from various backgrounds. As a community organizer, Casey works to combat the climate crisis. To tackle the enormity of the climate challenge we will need local government, businesses, and community members to come together—and Casey has experience with all three. Casey will work to build a clean energy future where everyone can grow and thrive.