Kasey is a PhD student in Political Science. Kasey studies American politics and quantitative methodology, with a focus on race and ethnicity. Her research agenda uses formal theory, experiments, and administrative data to show how voters evaluate representativeness and the quality of the representation they receive. Currently, she is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, Stanford American Democracy Fellow, and Program Coordinator for the Stanford Center for Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law’s Program on Identity, Democracy, and Justice. She holds a B.A. in quantitative social science and government from Dartmouth College. Outside of research, she enjoys running, sailing, and putting in a variable performance solving the daily New York Times crossword (mini).