Based in the Washington, D.C., area, Alec Caso is a Senior Associate at Burness, focusing on agricultural science and development, ocean health and protection, and sustainability in how we eat, move and power our lives.

Drawing on six years of experience in the communications sector on national and international campaigns, Alec works with foundations and nonprofits to deliver high-quality, researched-based messaging and social media strategies, creative content, and earned media.

Before working with Burness, Alec developed his advocacy and communications skills with Growth Energy, where he pushed for greater engagement on renewable energy from lawmakers and regulators. Prior to that role, he worked at DCLRS, a lobbying firm focused on agriculture, energy and immigration issues.

He holds an MSc in International Relations from the University of Edinburgh, where he researched sustainable energy solutions for refugees living in conflict areas, including access to renewable fuel sources and solar ovens.

He resides in Northern Virginia, where he spends time playing with his son Atticus, bakes, tends his garden and practices Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.