Kacie CarricoCasey Fay
Vice President of Client Services
As Vice President of Client Services, Kacie Carrico is responsible for overseeing and implementing the account management of all museum projects. She is involved from the beginning with design and development and ensures a smooth transition with each project from award to fabrication.
With a BA in Studio Art and Minor in Graphic Design from Lipscomb University and a Master’s in Museum Studies from Johns Hopkins University, Kacie has a keen eye for design and a practical sense of how to take it from paper to the physical. Before joining 1220, Kacie spent nearly 3 years at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Education and External Affairs. After the Frist, she spent 3.5 years at the Frazier International History Museum where she performed curatorial tasks for new acquisitions, planned and designed temporary exhibits, organized and installed traveling exhibits and developed and produced all public programs for the permanent collection and temporary/traveling exhibits as the Manager of Special Exhibits and Programs.
Kacie’s body of work on successful and notable projects is vast and varied, and continues to grow. She brings to any team extensive background in and knowledge of the museum industry, providing her with a unique view of each project from the client’s perspective.