Casey Flair joins the UNLV Football Foundation as our youngest board member, but is a 10-year veteran in the Las Vegas non-profit community. He currently serves as the Director of Empowerment Programs for the Goodie Two Shoes Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides new shoes and socks to 10,000 disadvantaged children and children in crisis in Clark County. Casey is passionate about helping young people and is committed to improving the community.
Casey came to UNLV from Anchorage, Alaska in 2004 as a walk-on wide receiver. After a few short weeks, he received a full-ride scholarship from legendary coach John Robinson and, as they say, the rest is history! Casey graduated from UNLV with a degree in Psychology in 2008 and left as one of the top wide receivers in UNLV history. He was also a member of the All State Good Works Team, a community service All-American, and a four-time Academic All-MWC selection. Casey understands the importance of hard work and dedication and plans to bring the same passion to the Football Foundation.