Casie Daugherty

Casie Daugherty

Director

202.530.4748

PRACTICE AREAS:
Education, Energy & Environment, Judiciary, Public & Political Affairs, State/Local Government, Tax, Trade

Casie E. Daugherty is a Director at Prime Policy Group, where she helps to lead the firm’s trade practice. In that capacity, she covers client needs in relation to USMCA/NAFTA, tariff action, CFIUS, and other trade-related matters and authors the firm’s trade publication, Tracking Tariffs and Trade. Casie has assisted clients in successfully removing some of their products from the Administration’s 301 China Tariff lists and continues to work on securing product exemptions for other clients.

Prime Points

Prime Points

  • Helps lead the Trade Practice
  • Assists clients in removing their products from proposed Administration tariff lists
  • Authors Regulatory Report and Tracking Tariffs and Trade
  • Manages and Assists in authoring the firm’s post-election and Congressional preview documents.
  • Helped to Create the Prime Policy Group Tax Hub
Differentiating Skills

Differentiating Skills

  • Speaks fluent French and conversational Arabic.
  • Successfully advocated removing products from 301 tariff list
Past Experience

Past Experience

  • Research Director at Prime Policy Group
  • Assistant at the Office of International Student Life at the University of Georgia
  • Office of Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA)
Education

Education

  • BA – University of Florida
  • MA – Johns Hopkins University
Did You Know?

Did You Know?

  • Casie is an avid supporter and season football ticket holder for her Gators. Saturdays in the Fall, she can be found cheering them on in the Swamp.
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Casie E. Daugherty, a Director at Prime Policy Group, has nearly a decade of experience covering issues including tax and trade, energy, and state & local government. Currently, Casie helps to lead the firm’s trade practice. In that capacity, she covers client needs in relation to USMCA/NAFTA, tariff action, CFIUS, and other trade-related matters and authors the firm’s trade publication, Tracking Tariffs and Trade. Casie has assisted clients in successfully removing some of their products from the Administration’s 301 China Tariff lists and continues to work on securing product exemptions for other clients. In addition to her trade work, she works with the firm’s other lobbyists to assist clients with tax, energy and environment, and state and local issues.

Casie, before joining the ranks of the firm’s lobbyists, served as Prime’s Research Director for several years – the first to occupy that position at Prime.. Under her leadership, the research team provided support for the firm’s lobbyists and working directly with clients to monitor and provide detailed summations of Congressional hearings, track legislation relevant to client activities, and assist in writing white papers and memoranda on legislative issues. Casie and the research team also to prepared for, scheduled, organized and staffed fly-ins for the firm’s clients. Casie also managed the firm’s digital content, authoring the weekly Regulatory Report.

Prior to joining Prime Policy Group as an Intern in October 2010, Casie served in the office of Senator Arlen Specter (R-PA), where she assisted with health care and Judiciary Committee issues, as well as helping with the day-to-day functions of a Congressional office, such as answering constituent letters and emails. Before beginning on Capitol Hill, Casie worked at the Office of International Student Life at the University of Georgia, helping to coordinate events for its foreign students.

Originally from Dacula, Georgia, Casie graduated in 2009 from The University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science, while becoming fluent in both French and Arabic. She earned her Master’s in Government with a concentration in Security Studies from Johns Hopkins University in 2019. Casie currently resides in Washington, D.C.

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January 10, 2019

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December 11, 2018

116th Congress Preview: Trade

November 30, 2018

USMCA Signing and What Happens Now

November 28, 2018

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New Trade Agreements on the Horizon?

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September 30, 2018

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2018 Congressional and Administrative Preview

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