Casey Waughn

Casey Waughn

Policy Fellow

Staff

Casey Waughn is a Policy Fellow with the Youth and Education Privacy team. Casey’s work involves analyzing state and federal legislation for privacy ramifications for youth and students, as well as assisting applicants and signatories to the Student Privacy Pledge with bringing their privacy practices in compliance with the Pledge. Prior to joining FPF, Casey completed several legal internships, including at the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission where she assisted a team investigating and regulating cryptocurrencies and FinTech devices, at the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Illinois, and at Armstrong Teasdale.  

Casey is a 2020 graduate of Washington University School of Law where she earned a certificate in Public Interest Law. At WashULaw, Casey was co-president of the Technology and Privacy Society, a research and teaching assistant to Professor Neil Richards, and Executive Articles Editor of the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. Casey earned her Bachelor’s Degree from Saint Louis University where she majored in Communication, Journalism and Media Studies and minored in Business and Political Journalism.