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CASE Senior Staff



Brett Chambers

Brett Chambers serves as vice president of volunteer and member engagement. In this role, Brett oversees operations associated with CASE’s volunteer leadership, including the CASE board and three advisory commissions for alumni relations, communications and marketing, and philanthropy. He also oversees specialized communities of practice and special projects for the office of the president. In addition, Brett is the liaison with CASE’s eight districts in North America.

Brett initially joined the CASE staff in 1987, working in the divisions of conference services and public and external affairs before becoming director of educational initiatives. He left CASE to serve as manager of resource development and corporate relations at the National Association of Independent Schools for about two years before returning to CASE in 2001. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University.

email: chambers@case.org.



Rob Henry

Rob Henry is vice president of education at CASE where he is responsible for creating an overall global strategy for achieving CASE's vision and mission related to talent management and for guiding conference programming, diversity/inclusion initiatives, research and the CASE Library.

Formerly an active CASE volunteer speaker and adviser, Rob joined the CASE staff in 2006 as head of emerging constituencies, later adding the responsibility for online educational programs. He previously held advancement management positions at Yale University, the University of Connecticut Foundation and Michigan State University.

Rob is a graduate of Murray State University and has a master's degree from Eastern Michigan University. In 2006, he received the prestigious CASE Crystal Apple Award for Teaching Excellence.

email: rhenry@case.org.



Tricia KingTricia King serves as vice president of global engagement and is responsible for the global development of CASE. She works with the three regional offices in London, Mexico City and Singapore, providing strategic leadership and ensuring effective collaboration with CASE headquarters.

Before joining CASE, Tricia was at Birbeck, University of London for almost 11 years, serving as pro-vice master for strategic engagement as well as director of external relations. Prior to that, she served as director of marketing, recruitment and admissions at Roehampton University in London and as head of marketing at York St. John University in the City of York.

Prior to joining CASE as a staff member, Tricia was a long-time volunteer of CASE, serving as a trustee on the CASE Europe Board of Directors for eight years and as a member of the CASE Communications and Marketing Commission for three years. She has presented at many CASE conferences worldwide and received the CASE Crystal Apple for Excellence in Teaching Award in 2012. In addition, Tricia is a 2014 recipient of the CASE Europe Distinguished Service Award.

email: tking@case.org



Ron Mattocks

Ron Mattocks is chief operating officer at CASE. Appointed to the newly created position in July 2016, Ron oversees business development, financial management, information systems, human resources and investments for CASE. He also oversees the implementation of CASE's new strategic plan.

Previously, Ron served as CASE's vice president for marketing, membership and external relations. Before joining CASE in 2009, Ron served as principal of Mattocks & Associates Inc. and held senior-level marketing and membership roles at the American College of Cardiology, the American Society for Training and Development, the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the New Jersey Hospital Association. In addition, he served as assistant vice president for institutional advancement at Rowan University in New Jersey.

Ron earned master's degrees in management from the University of Pennsylvania and in education/public relations from Rowan University. He earned a bachelor's degree from Philadelphia Biblical University.

email: mattocks@case.org



Rob Moore

Rob Moore serves as interim vice president of marketing and communications. He is responsible for developing a communications and marketing strategy to advance CASE's vision and mission through an integrated approach on a global basis, and leads a strong team of CASE marketing communications specialists who bring that strategy to life. Specifically, Rob oversees departments responsible for content development, brand expression, channel deployment, and advocacy, including the CASE website and digital presence, CASE Currents magazine and conference promotional activities.

He has more than 30 years of experience in nonprofit marketing and is a leading contributor on branding and fundraising topics to industry periodicals including CASE Currents, Change, Advancing Philanthropy and Trusteeship. His book on higher education branding—The Real U: Building Brands That Resonate with Students, Faculty, Staff, and Donors—was published by CASE in 2010. A more recent book—Net Proceeds: Increased Revenue from Enrollment and Advancement Guaranteed!—was published by CASE in 2013.

A founding member of CASE's Industry Advisory Council, Moore most recently has been working with a group of distinguished volunteers in articulating CASE's brand architecture.

 email: rmoore@case.org



Diane Young

Diane Young is chief financial officer at CASE. Appointed to the newly created position in June 2017, Young brings more than 20 year experience in multi-corporation financial and operations management to CASE.

Previously, Young served at designDATA Inc., a managed services and IT consulting organization, where she provided senior-level technical consulting for nonprofits and associations. Prior to this position, Young served as vice president of accounting and controller for the Global Business Travel Association, which has 6,000 members and offices in eight countries, and as director of finance and administration for the American Industrial Hygiene Association, which named her employee of the year in 2006. She also served as director of finance for Association Management Group, which provides management services to 18 nonprofit associations.

Among her recent accomplishments, Young led the development of a new investment policy; established legal corporate entities in several countries; led the conversion of 21 companies to a new accounting system; set up financial and banking systems in multiple currencies; and implemented an automated budget management system that provided a streamlined tool for staff to enter budgets and reforecast projections.

email: dyoung@case.org