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      Casey Tingle

      Casey Tingle

      Senior Vice President


      Casey Tingle maximizes federal grant funding from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and other federal sources for infrastructure, utilities, broadband, housing, economic development, and disaster recovery programs.

      Casey is a recognized emergency management leader with a proven track record building resilience through disaster preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation efforts. A former Director of Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness (GOHSEP), he draws on extensive knowledge of the Stafford Act, FEMA programs, and national response and recovery frameworks with in-depth experience navigating complex and evolving financial and compliance requirements.

      At GOHSEP. Casey served as the governor’s authorized representative for all federally declared disasters and led the closeout of the state’s largest mitigation project. He increased collaboration with Congressional and legislative partners through frequent briefings and work on several important legislative reforms.

      After Hurricane Ida, Casey helped establish and implement a first of its kind disaster non-congregate sheltering program providing shelter to over 5,000 families. Casey also worked closely with local, state, and federal partners to establish the Louisiana Watershed Initiative following historic flooding in 2016.

      While serving as deputy director of hazard mitigation, Casey was responsible for implementing FEMA hazard mitigation programs across the state through a more than $1.5 billion mitigation funding portfolio. By improving collaboration with FEMA and parishes, he increased the efficiency of the funding process and funding approvals. He also managed the implementation of a grants management system to improve transparency for all stakeholders.

      Casey served as Response and Recovery Chair for the National Emergency Management Association working closely with FEMA headquarters on response and recovery initiatives.



      New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary

      Master of Divinity

      Louisiana State University




      Disaster Recovery


      Stafford Act

      FEMA programs

      Strategic Planning

      Cyber Planning

      Project management

      Program Management