Mansfield “Kasey” Kaseman has invested 40 years in ecumenical and interfaith ministries that has included founding and administering non-profit organizations, networking with all sectors of community life, and serving on regional and national boards. Rev. Kaseman has led parishes in New England, Florida, and Maryland. In Florida, he also founded a statewide program for impacting the state legislature, and in Maryland, he revitalized a joint Presbyterian and UCC congregation and incorporated a non-profit administering shelters, group homes, elderly home-care, emergency assistance, Latino outreach and language programs, community-based clinic, and political advocacy. He has degrees from Westmar College, Andover Newton Theological School, and Yale Divinity School; and continuing education at Oxford University, American University, Shalem Institute for Spiritual Formation, and Eden, Princeton, and Lancaster Theological Seminaries. Since retiring six years ago Kasey has served as Senior Vice President of CTIS (a health care informatics company), Vice President of Van Eperen & Company (a communications and marketing company), and Acting Liaison with the Faith Community for Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett. In addition to the PCC Board of Directors, he serves on the boards of the Low Vision Center, Open Health Systems Laboratory, Play Ball America, and the Civilizations Exchange and Cooperation Foundation.