About the author
Richard T. Case, age 63, has over 42 years of executive line management experience with Fortune 500 companies and as a management consultant. He has served as a consultant since 1981 to numerous industries in the area of raising capital, turnarounds, strategic planning, acquisitions and mergers, operational analysis, product development, strategic marketing, international market development, product development, organizational behavior, and culture change. Prior to that, he was a senior executive with three Fortune 500 companies – BAXTER Laboratories, CORNING GLASS WORKS AND AMERICAN HOSPITAL SUPPLY CORPORATION. He has also been a featured speaker at numerous conferences and seminars and has conducted numerous, management training programs. Mr. Case has received The Wall Street Journal Achievement Award, and is listed in Who’s Who in American Business.
Mr. Case holds an MBA degree from the University of Southern California where he graduated with a 4.0 GPA, ﬁrst in the class; and a BS degree in Management and Finance from Bradley University, Magna Cum Laude. He also graduated with a seminary Masters degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Summa Cum Laude. He and his wife, Linda have started-up several churches that remain strong today, and have served as interim pastors of troubled churches, bringing reconciliation and new vision to these situations. Currently, he and Linda are leading a fruitful, Christian marriage retreat ministry – “All for Jesus Living Waters Retreat Ministry”. In addition to the retreats that they personally lead, they now have over 14 couples trained as leaders who are conducting marriage retreats in their respective geographies around the country. Mr. Case is a published author, has hosted a weekly business radio program, and has served as a strategic consultant to numerous non-proﬁt organizations, including CEO FORUM, Focus on the Family, and Navigators.
Richard lives in Castle Rock, Colorado with his wife of 43 years. They both enjoy their ﬁve grand children and their three grown children.