CASE relies on the leadership and insights of our members and key volunteers to ensure that our engagement, education, and outreach initiatives are aligned with the current and emerging needs of the education sector.
Regional Councils and District Leadership
The CASE Council for US/Canada is newly-created from CASE's new volunteer leadership structure and will focus in an advisory capacity on strategy and member engagement. Previously, the CASE Board of Trustees had dual responsibility for US/Canada affairs and the global management of the association. The Council is composed of volunteers from across the region, including one designated representative from each of the eight District Cabinets.
The CASE Council for Europe is formed of up to 19 council members who are responsible for strategy and member engagement across Europe. The council comprises a carefully balanced group of institutional and professional service leaders from Europe and also includes the CASE president and regional executive director as non-voting honorary members. Each council member serves a three-year term of office on the Council, and can serve a maximum of two terms of office.
The CASE Council for Asia-Pacific identifies professional development needs and builds capacity to support advancement in the region. It is a team of dedicated volunteers from the region, reflecting the breadth of CASE's geographical and institutional constituencies.
The CASE Council for Latin America is CASE's newest regional Council. The council serves in an advisory capacity and focuses on strategy and member engagement throughout the region. The 10 members serving on the Council represent institutions from across Latin America.
CASE has local districts in the US/Canada and Europe that provide networking, programming, and member engagement activities for members within their region. Each district cabinet is comprised of individuals from member institutions and is overseen by a volunteer chair.
Meet the District Chairs Council.
Meet the District Cabinets:
- District I
- District II
- District III
- District IV
- District V
- District VI
- District VII
- District VIII
- Northern Europe
- United Kingdom and Ireland
- Continental Europe
The three commissions—Alumni Relations, Communications and Marketing, and Philanthropy—support the creation and dissemination of knowledge within the advancement disciplines. They also advise CASE on programming and services for professionals within their respective areas of advancement.
CASE Committee for College and University Foundations
The 18-member Committee for College and University Foundations provides leadership and guidance on issues of concern to institutionally related foundations. The committee also supports the development of resources, programs and services for professionals within the foundation community.
CASE Center for Community College Advancement Advisory Committee
The 12-member Center for Community College Advancement Advisory Committee identifies learning opportunities and professional development needs for community college advancement professionals, identifies trends and best practices to showcase, and builds support for the center.
Industry Advisory Council
The Industry Advisory Council provides advice and counsel on opportunities for CASE to better serve its Educational Partners and other corporate affiliates within the advancement industry.