Casey Quinlan a storyteller, speaker, media strategist, and writer with an extensive background in broadcasting, theater, and stand-up comedy. She believes that it – business, and life – is all about the story.
Casey studied theater and performance at the University of San Francisco, American Conservatory Theater, HB Studios, and the American Comedy Institute.
From there, she launched a two-decade career in broadcast news and sports, covering stories for Dateline and Today, presidential campaigns, wars, presidential campaigns that turned into wars, NFL Playoff games, Stanley Cup hockey, and the NBA.
Just days before Christmas in 2007, Casey was diagnosed with breast cancer. She used the experience to write a book about managing medical care, Cancer for Christmas: Making the Most of a Daunting Gift, which became an Amazon Best Seller in October 2009.