Kacie’s adventurous spirit and boundless curiosity have drawn her to the people and places of the world. Whether it’s trekking Michigan’s northernmost wilderness on Isle Royale, building friendships around a campfire in Central Turkey, or managing large and complex public policy projects in Michigan, she brings energy, dedication, and careful planning to everything she does.
As a senior consultant for PSC, Kacie works with the firm’s talent and economics team to manage projects, facilitate meetings, conduct research, develop strategic plans, and write reports. She seeks to understand stakeholder perspectives to build consensus and solve complex problems.
Prior to joining PSC, Kacie worked for the Michigan Association of School Boards where she served as an attorney and helped school district leaders navigate their roles while also complying with state and federal law. Before that, Kacie worked for the Middle Cities Education Association and the Michigan House of Representatives, where she conducted research and public policy development on a variety of issue areas, including education, human services, and labor.
A Little More…
Education: BA in International Relations from James Madison College at Michigan State University, JD from Michigan State University College of Law
With PSC since: September 2019
PSC superpower: Incredible inquisitiveness
Favorite part of working at PSC: Getting to noodle over challenging public policy questions
Why Michigan? Family, the people, the crunch of fall leaves, the hush of winter snow, the hope of spring, the warm summer sand.