The CASE Laureates are a community of senior volunteers who have provided invaluable service to CASE and to the mission of advancing education to transform lives and society.
CASE is powered by its volunteer community. All over the world senior advancement practitioners give of their time and expertise in support of CASE and their advancement colleagues. People at the top of their profession work tirelessly to share their knowledge to help our members grow impact, resilience and influence.
Launched in 2019, the CASE Laureates community helps maintain connection and communication with senior volunteers, keeping them engaged in the life of CASE—whether or not they are currently in a formal volunteer role. The Laureates are a global pool of experts who CASE can call upon when help is needed. Laureates will be invited to come together at major events to receive briefings, offer advice and stay close to the action—and to one another.
The work of CASE is not possible without these remarkable volunteers. We gratefully and proudly celebrate them
CASE Laureates Background
CASE has developed a new named global community of senior volunteers (both professionals and partners) to help deliver CASE's global impact and growth as part of the Reimagining CASE Strategic Plan.
The newly formed CASE Laureates represents CASE's most senior volunteers who are selected by virtue of having held a senior leadership role (identified below). Eligible volunteers were invited to join the community in Spring 2019.
Engagement opportunities will include the US/Canada District Conferences, the CASE-NAIS Conference, the Summit for Advancement Leaders, the CASE Europe and CASE Asia-Pacific Annual Conferences and others. Event types will range from intimate gatherings with the president and other CASE leadership to larger receptions at the more heavily attended events.
In addition to gathering throughout the year, Laureates will receive high-level communications from CASE leadership which will provide updates on CASE activities and will solicit input on industry and organizational issues.
Laureates are also eligible to receive a free print copy of CURRENTS magazine.