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Cassie Molter

BA 2017, English Literature

Communications Specialist, Dyson
Chicago, IL

Cassie Molter is a Communications Specialist at Dyson’s US headquarters where she manages public relations for the health & beauty side of the business and leads communications for the James Dyson Foundation. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the Forward Dyson newsletter, an internal engagement piece which connects thousands of Dyson employees across the North Americas region weekly. Working at the intersection of Dyson’s environmental care and personal care categories, Cassie moderates meaningful discussions on the future of technology between journalists from world-renown publications and the industry’s most brilliant engineers. She has secured long-form feature stories on Dyson’s ethos, its products and its people in Vogue, Fast Company, NBC News, SELF and more. Prior to Dyson, Cassie provided communications consultancy to several Fortune 500 companies as an Assistant Account Executive and Associate Planner for Strategic & Creative Planning at Ketchum. Her work there spanned across a multitude of industries, including CPG, hospitality and health & beauty. 

Cassie graduated from Purdue University in 2017 with a  B.A. in English Literature. During her time at Purdue, she spent a summer abroad in London studying the greats of English Literature and their impact on culture. In the spring of 2016, she simultaneously continued her education remotely while working as a Press Secretary Intern at the Indiana State Senate in Indianapolis. Upon her return to campus, Cassie enrolled in SCLA 300: LA Influentials, which she found to be one of the most relevant, engaging courses she took as a Purdue student. Cassie was involved in the Public Relations Student Society of America, Spanish club and is a member of the Delta Gamma Fraternity for Women. After graduation, Cassie launched her career in Chicago shortly before the surge of the COVID-19 pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement and 2020 presidential election. She firmly believes her resiliency and ability to mobilize necessary change during these historically challenging times can be attributed to the mentorship and education she received, and continues to receive, from Purdue staff and faculty.

Outside of work, Cassie is a dog mom to a very loving, very fluffy 2-year-old Bernedoodle named Maizy. She also enjoys riding horses, camping, cooking and traveling.