Judi Casey is currently a WorkLife Consultant working with organizations on projects to inform various audiences - corporate practitioners, policy makers, academics and interested others - about topics in the work and family arena. She was the Director of the Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) and was instrumental in transitioning the former Sloan Work and Family Research Network to this membership organization (2010-2014).
At the Sloan Work and Family Research Network, she served as both the Principal Investigator and Director from September 2005 until October 2010. Prior to the Network, she worked at the Boston College Center for Work & Family in various roles for 15 years. She was the Director of the New England Work & Family Association (NEWFA), conducted corporate research and custom analyses for the Center’s Standards of Excellence in Work/Life Integration project, and managed the Work/Life Certificate Program. Judi is well-known for her ability to bridge the world of the corporate practitioner with research about the work/life field.
Judi is the author (with S. Sweet & J. Lewis) of the 2009 article in Women’s Studies Quarterly, “Connecting motherhood to work: Teaching resources and strategies,” and with (S. Sweet, J. Mumm, & M. Pitt-Catsouphes) of the 2008 article in Teaching Sociology, “Teaching work and family to undergraduate students: Catalyzing pedagogical, curricular, and programmatic innovations.” She also wrote "Work and Life in Switzerland" (with K. Hartmann-Campbell, 2015)) and "Employee Resource Groups: A Strategic Business Resource for Today's Workplace" (2016).She has written numerous articles on work/life topics and is a frequent speaker at local and national conferences. Judi has a BA from Washington University in St. Louis and an MSW from Boston University.