Casey Peters works on the business side of healthcare. With a relentless entrepreneurial spirit, he builds and connects teams that improve the delivery of healthcare services at all levels. As a proven leader and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Casey uses a disruptively organized approach to deliver results and bring extensive value to his clients, peers and strategic partners.
He isn’t looking for a job but if you’d like to see his professional accomplishments you can read his resumé.
In The Media
Greater Knoxville Business Journal, Problem-solving startups need local feedback, July 1, 2013
NPR, Are hyper-local websites the future of journalism?, October 28, 2010
WVLT, Knoxville website helps people find jobs for free, March 9, 2009
WBIR, Morning Interview with Michelle Silva, February 20, 2009
WBIR, Newsmakers: Brandon Clarke and Casey Peters from Knoxify.com, January 20, 2009
Greater Knoxville Business Journal, 40 Under 40: Casey Peters, 27, December 15, 2008
News Sentinel, Gas prices head toward $5; continued supply problems expected , September 12, 2008
News Sentinel, Silence: Was camera too candid for officer?, July 20, 2008
News Sentinel, Silence: Bloggers aim to ‘Knoxify’ community, July 13, 2008
News Sentinel, Entertaining introductions on blog sites in Tennessee, June 8, 2008
News Sentinel, Blogging adds to the depth of media coverage, February 24, 2008
News Sentinel, 40 Under 40 Awards, January 18, 2008
WBIR, Knox candidates working to meet voter demand, January 12, 2008
Greater Knoxville Business Journal, 40 Under 40, December 17, 2007
Greater Knoxville Business Journal, Groups work to foster next generation’s leaders, December 17, 2007
News Sentinel, Knoxville ranks high with singles, October 31, 2007
News Sentinel, Search on for future leaders, March 27, 2007
Knox’d – This was a Beeson + Peters collaboration that built an aggregator serving the latest information from the best of Knoxville’s online media.
Knoxify – A Knoxville news source that is the only positive media model in the local market.