Anthony J. Casale
Casale Public Affairs
Anthony J. Casale Public Affairs
29 Pioneer Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326
Phone: 607-547-5290 ~ Fax: 866-547-2564
Anthony J. Casale is a veteran of more than forty years experience in government, politics, business and higher education in New York, Florida, Delaware,
Washington, D.C. and internationally.
Mr. Casale was a Member of the New York State Assembly for nine terms. He served on several key committees including: Environmental Conservation,
Transportation, Election Law, Ways & Means, and Rules. He held leadership positions as Deputy Minority Whip and as Chairman of the Assembly
In 1995 Mr. Casale was appointed Chairman of the New York State Liquor Authority and Chief Executive Officer of the Division of Alcoholic Beverage
Control. He was also a member of the Governor's Traffic Safety Committee.
Mr. Casale's career in government and politics includes staff experience in the New York Senate and the U. S. House of Representatives. He was elected
a delegate to three national conventions and has managed numerous campaigns for federal, state and local offices.
From 1998 to 2006, Mr. Casale was Vice President and Executive Assistant to the President of Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. He was
responsible for all functions of the President's office including: government and media relations; business development; corporate governance and legal
matters; and was Secretary to the Board of Trustees. He is currently a Director of the Irish American University in Dublin and Delaware and serves as
senior advisor to its President.
Since 2006, Mr. Casale has been a public affairs counselor and business development consultant assisting businesses, non-profit organizations and
municipalities with their government, community and media relations needs. He is a licensed real estate broker and served as a Director of Herkimer
County Trust Company.
A native of Herkimer, New York, Mr. Casale earned his bachelor's degree from the State University at Albany. He is a past President of the University's
Alumni Association and has served on the UAlbany Foundation. Long active in civic charitable endeavors, he has been recognized by a number of
professional and civic organizations for his contributions as a public official and as a community leader.