1999 alum Tim Casper is the new deputy secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Revenue.
"Tim will be a valuable member of our leadership team. He has the experience, knowledge and background to help the agency immediately and we know that he will do a tremendous job in serving the taxpayers of Wisconsin," says department secretary Roger Ervin
Most recently, Casper served as the executive assistant of the Wisconsin Department of Administration where he advised Governor Jim Doyle and Administration Secretary Michael Morgan on policy and administrative matters, including the development of legislative initiatives to enhance Wisconsin's competitive position for the federal "Race to the Top" grant program. Additionally, he worked with state agencies to implement provisions of the biennial budget and advance the state's building program. Casper also served as the liaison between DOA and the State Legislature.
Before his appointment to DOA, Casper worked in Governor Doyle's Office from 2003 to 2009. Most recently, Casper served as the Governor's Senior Policy Director, working on various public policy initiatives focusing on the executive budget, the Grow Wisconsin economic development initiatives, education issues and health care expansion efforts, such as BadgerCare Plus.
Casper has also held positions in the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, the Legislature and at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned a B.A. in Urban Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and a M.A. in Public Affairs and Administration from UW-Madison.