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Ben Casey Takes Charge as Lawson Associates' New President & CEO

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 Ben Casey Takes Charge as Lawson Associates' New President & CEO

CEO Insights Team

Lawson Associates, a professional services firm, promotes Ben Casey as its new President and CEO. Ben has served the nonprofit community for more than 45 years now. He initiated his career as president & CEO of YMCA of Greater Dallas and served there for 18 years. Post that he joined the Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation as its President, and provided philanthropic support for five Presbyterian hospitals and Texas Health Resources.

In 2009, Ben joined Lawson Associates as a Senior Consultant. He provided his guidance and support for leading nonprofits both locally and nationally. Ben brings in his experience of philanthropic campaigns that has raised more than $300 million.

Ben has earned B.S. in Psychology from UCLA and MBA in Clinical Counseling from the Chapman College. Later he pursued Doctoral work in Macro Economics at San Diego State University.
Commenting on his new role, Ben states, “Our nonprofits are strong. In my capacity as a former nonprofit executive and as a nonprofit consultant I have seen our nonprofits from both aspects. Nonprofits embody the best spirit and values of our nation. They help millions of individuals and families daily. They protect, feed, heal, shelter, educate and nurture our society. Nonprofits, our nonprofits, turn our beliefs into actions. To serve our nonprofits in the capacity as the President and CEO of Lawson is truly an honor.”


Nonprofits embody the best spirit and values of our nation. They help millions of individuals and families daily. They protect, feed, heal, shelter, educate and nurture our society.




Lawson Associates, a nonprofit fundraising and management, works on elevating its client’s business strategies and tactics with its market knowledge and best practices. Over the last 50 years, Lawson has provided several effective solutions to its client’s which include Mercury One, Duke University, Salvation Army, Big Brothers and Big Sisters International and Texas Tech University.