Introducing Two New Staff Members to Nobles
Please join us in welcoming two staff members to Nobles. This month, Heather Sullivan will join the Office of Communications as the Director of Communications, and Casey Hassenstein will join the Development Office as the Director of the Annual Nobles Fund. Learn more about the newest members of the Nobles community—check out their staff bios below:
Heather Sullivan—Director of Communications
Heather has worked in education for nearly 15 years. She comes to Nobles from Northfield Mount Hermon School, where she was Director of Communications and her team earned national recognition from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) for its website redesign and for robust social media presence. At Milton Academy, Heather served as Senior Associate Director of Communications and Associate Editor of the school’s magazine, which earned a Grand Gold designation from CASE. Prior to Milton, Heather worked in communications at Wheaton College in Massachusetts, and in New York City, where she was a media spokesperson for the American Red Cross and a publicist at Grove/Atlantic Press. She holds a Bachelor's degree in English from Kenyon College and is pursuing a Master’s in education at Lesley University.
Casey Hassenstein—Director of Nobles Annual Fund
Casey comes to Nobles from CB Richard Ellis in Washington, D.C., where she served as Director of Marketing for the Washington/Baltimore region. At CB Richard Ellis, Casey was instrumental in all new and existing business development efforts for the firm which led to increased revenues and operational efficiency. Prior to joining CB Richard Ellis, Casey was the International Marketing Director for Engel & Voelkers, a luxury real estate firm based in Hamburg, Germany, where she developed and executed an international marketing and sales strategy for the company’s 450 global real estate franchise network. In addition, Casey also served as Marketing Manager and a Marketing Consultant to Zyman Group, LLC where she developed a strategic marketing plan to support the firm’s new business efforts and managed interactive corporate marketing vehicles.
Casey holds an M.B.A. from Georgetown University and a Bachelor's degree in Politics from Princeton University. At Princeton, she was a member of the 1994 NCAA Women’s Lacrosse National Championship team and was also named to the All-Ivy and USWLA Academic All-American women’s lacrosse teams. She is an avid runner having competed in a number of marathons including the New York City Marathon, the Washington, D.C. Marathon and the Hamburg Marathon. Casey has a 20-month-old daughter, Emma, and lives with her family in Brookline.