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Casey Dreier

Director of Advocacy

casey.dreier@planetary.org
+1-626-793-5100

As Director of Advocacy, Casey leads the strategic planning and implementation of the Society's political advocacy efforts. He works closely with the Society's leadership, Board of Directors, and other policy experts to craft the organizational positions about the future of space exploration. He also works to foster strong relationships between the Society and its members, educate and engage the public about space policy, and to empower individuals to advocate for space.

He is a regular contributor to The Planetary Report and blogs multiple times a week (mainly about space policy issues) at http://planetary.org/blogs/casey-dreier/. He also occassionally hosts Google+ Hangouts for the Planetary Society. He has a B.A. in Physics from Oberlin College.

You can contact Casey via email at: casey.dreier@planetary.org

Latest Planetary Radio Appearance

Special Planetary Radio Advocacy Report From Casey Dreier: A Good Week in Washington

05/13/2014 | 23:49
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Planetary Radio host Mat Kaplan learns why Director of Advocacy Casey Dreier is cautiously optimistic about the budget outlook for planetary science and exploration, so long as Planetary Society members and others keep making their voices heard in the nation's capitol.

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Latest Blog Posts

Watch Bill Nye and Special Guests in The Lure of Europa

Posted 2014/08/04 09:21 CDT | 0 comment

We've posted the full video of our Washington, D.C. event exploring the lure of Europa, the moon of Jupiter with more liquid water than the Earth.

[Updated]: NASA Selects 7 Science Instruments for its Next Mars Rover

Posted 2014/07/31 01:16 CDT | 12 comments

Seven science instruments will help the Mars 2020 rover identify biosignatures and understand the history of the rocks it encounters on the surface of the red planet.

NASA Announces the Suite of Science Instruments on its Next Mars Rover Today

Posted 2014/07/31 04:13 CDT | 0 comment

Today marks the unveiling of the suite of science instruments that will travel to Mars to look for signs of past life and help determine samples to store for possible return to Earth. The next rover mission will launch in 2020.

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