About Amy Case

Amy Case is the Managing Director of Case Strategy LLC, the consulting firm she founded in 1999. She holds a patent of her own design for “Diagnostic Method and Apparatus for Business Growth Strategy.”  Ms. Case has particular experience in healthcare, consumer products and heavy manufacturing industries.  In addition to her consulting work, Ms. Case is an international speaker and facilitator on topics of the “Value Disciplines”, Marketing, and Business Strategy.
Amy Case, Managing Director
Prior to founding Case Strategy, Ms. Case spent three years as a Partner at Treacy & Company, a Boston-based boutique strategy firm.  At Treacy & Company, Ms. Case led the Industrial & Distribution practice, developed the Growth Framework used in all of the firm’s engagements, and wrote and delivered the training programs for the entire consulting staff. From 1985 until 1996 Ms. Case was at Bain & Company, a leading international management consulting firm headquartered in Boston.  While at Bain, Ms. Case helped found the Healthcare practice, in addition to supporting clients in many other industries.  Her projects addressed a range of business functions, including:  manufacturing cost reduction, headcount rationalization, complexity reduction, vendor management, channel optimization, salesforce effectiveness, and new business development.  In 1990, Ms. Case earned Bain’s only company-wide honor – the Bright-Dix award – for excellence in training and development. A resident of the Seacoast area of New Hampshire, Ms. Case’s commitment to her community is evidenced through her volunteer work as a Board member both of Exeter Health Resources, and of the United Way of the Greater Seacoast where she serves as Board Chair.  She further volunteers her time for not-for-profit organizations through pro-bono speaking appearances, and by supporting select capacity-building initiatives, such as facilitating Outcomes Training for NPOs. Ms. Case graduated from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, with general and departmental honors.  She has completed The Executive Program at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Virginia.

She provided a clear framework for how market leadership is established, she translated those broad observations into industry-specific terms, and finally she linked her comments back to the business imperatives I needed to embrace.

— Thom Hall, VP Choice Hotels International