Super Hero Saturday – Cassie Kasper – Kasper Cares


We are excited to honor local super hero, Cassie Kasper on this Super Hero Saturday!  Get to know Cassie and Kasper Cares below!

I am fortunate enough to be a 3rd generation Palm Beach County resident and currently live in Palm Beach Gardens, where I was raised. It has been such an amazing experience to watch all of the changes and growth within our community over the last 30 years. While more and more people flock to our incredibly beautiful area, I love that I am not only a Florida native, but a Palm Beach County native as well. It seems it is becoming increasingly rare, and I wear it almost as a badge of honor. I love our community because of the people who live in it. We have some of the world’s greatest athletes, brightest minds, and philanthropic spirits, all housed within this small community. We are so fortunate to have so much opportunity within our reach, to increase our own quality of life, without diminishing our ability to increase that of others.

And that’s the mission we are committed to living out at Kasper Electric. I have the privilege of being the Vice President and part owner of our company that was started over 40 years ago by my father, Jay Kasper, a Palm Beach County native himself. The mission at our local small business, started out as electrical contracting and services, but has grown into so much more than that. We are a quality of life company, dedicated to improving the quality of life for the families we employ and the customers we serve. Not just through paychecks and electrical services, but education, personal growth and development, and in many cases a helping hand. We pride ourselves on providing a safe, and thriving environment to work, while offering excellent, trustworthy and reliable electrical services to our community and contractors.

Beyond that, I serve as the Vice President for our non-profit organization, Kasper Cares, who partners with multiple local organizations such as Palm Beach County Homeless Coalition, Student Aces, First Priority, Urban Youth Impact, Believe with Me, Bridges, Feed the Hungry and other wonderful organizations to help serve our local community. We also have been part of immediate disaster relief and electrical restoration in Panama City, the Bahamas, and Puerto Rico in the wake of devastating hurricanes. We believe we are called to serve others with the abilities and gifts we are given.

In additional to serving others outside of my home, I have been blessed to mother two amazing boys, Brenden (9) and Blake (7), who motivate me even more to serve my community, to build an even better place for them to thrive and grow. My incredibly supportive husband, Brian, is a huge part of what allows me the opportunity to serve others, but above all, it is Christ in me, that I am able to have a positive impact on others and in this community. My favorite things to do in Palm Beach County are enjoying our incredible beaches on the weekend and eating at many of our amazing local restaurants!

My home is in Palm Beach County, my church is in Palm Beach County, my business is in Palm Beach County and I couldn’t feel more proud and blessed to live here!

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Meg is the proud founder of Palm Beach Mom Collective. Meg is bringing her past career experience in event planning, corporate sponsorships, public relations and advertising to the helm of PBMC! She’s been married to her best friend and husband, Chris, for over 11 years and enjoys spending time with their sons, Jameson (born October 2011) and Patrick (born August 2014) and daughter, Amelia (born January 2018). When not devoting her time to Palm Beach Mom Collective and her family, she enjoys running, going to the beach and enjoying great meals with a fabulous glass of wine!