Address: Lives and/or works in
Los Angeles, CA.
Stocks to watch when Casey Wasserman is in the news:
Activision Blizzard, Inc. (ATVI)
Family tree: Wasserman is the grandson of Lew Wasserman, CEO of MCA Inc.
Areas of interest:
politics & government,
Politics: Wasserman is a contributor to Democratic committees and campaigns.
College: He received a BA in political science from the University of California at Los Angeles.
Personal social network: Much of Wasserman's Muckety comes from family, business and nonprofit connections.
Casey Wasserman personal relations:
Lew Wasserman (deceased) - grandson
Laura Ziffren - spouse
Other current Casey Wasserman relationships:
Activision Blizzard, Inc. - director
Christie's Inc. - advisory board member
Los Angeles County Museum of Art - trustee
Lyndon Baines Johnson Foundation - trustee
Motion Picture & Television Fund - director
New York University - trustee
Wasserman Foundation - president & CEO
Wasserman Media Group - chairman & CEO
Casey Wasserman past relationships:
2016 Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign - fundraiser
LA84 Foundation - director
Los Angeles Avengers - owner
Los Angeles Philharmonic Association - director
USA Bid Committee Inc. - director
USC Shoah Foundation - councilor
Whitney Museum of American Art - trustee
Indirect links:Casey Wasserman has multiple indirect connections to the following people:
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Casey Wasserman campaign contributions:
Listed below are federal donations of $3,000+ reported to the FEC.
Democratic State Committee - $10,000 on 10/11/2016
Hillary Victory Fund - $62,700 on 10/11/2016
Leadership, Integrity, Engagement, Unity PAC - $5,000 on 9/18/2016
Actblue - $5,000 on 9/15/2016
Hillary Victory Fund - $353,400 on 4/18/2016
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $33,400 on 3/24/2016
Grassroots Victory Project 2014 - $32,400 on 10/24/2014
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $32,400 on 5/27/2014
Cory Booker for Senate - $7,800 on 10/14/2013
Democratic National Committee - $30,400 on 10/28/2009
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $30,400 on 4/30/2009
Actblue - $5,000 on 11/20/2008
Franken Recount Fund - $5,000 on 11/20/2008
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $15,500 on 6/27/2008
John Edwards for President - $4,600 on 6/30/2007
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee - $25,000 on 5/31/2007
John McCain 2008 - $4,600 on 5/30/2007
John Edwards for President - $4,600 on 5/24/2007
Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee - $25,000 on 5/22/2007