Conference Speakers Biography: Steve Case

Conference Speaker Biography

Chairman and CEO
America Online, Inc.

Steve Case is chairman and chief executive officer of America Online, Inc., the world's leading interactive services company. Under his leadership, AOL supports programs that use interactive technology to empower the disadvantaged. To achieve this goal the company created the AOL Foundation in 1997, which uses educational programs, community building and increasing access to interactive services to improve the lives of families and children. These efforts include:

Recently, AOL also launched the Giving Tree Service which offers employees information to help them increase the impact of their charitable giving, find ways to get more involved in their community and join "giving circles" with AOL colleagues who share similar interests.

In 1998, Mr. Case and his wife, Jean, created the Case Foundation to serve as a catalyst for action among public, private and non-profit service organizations; civic and faith groups; and individual citizens. The Case family’s personal foundation works to address the various challenges of underserved children by embracing a social venture philanthropy model.

Born and raised in Hawaii, Steve Case graduated with a degree in Political Science from Williams College.

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