For many years, Case Commons, the nonprofit creator of Casebook, has been an innovative leader in helping the human-services field get better outcomes for children and families. The Casebook platform was built through a strong partnership with caseworkers and human services professionals with the goal of providing human services agencies with the advanced technologies and data analytics needed to help them meet their vital mission of serving children and families well.
To build on the promise of Casebook and expand its product portfolio to become a complete human services platform, the Casebook technology and staff have moved from Case Commons to Casebook PBC. Case Commons, founded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, will continue to pursue its mission of providing technical assistance and training to help the human services field achieve outcomes for children and families.
Casebook PBC represents an expanded opportunity to develop and deploy human services technology solutions to improve decision making for public and private agencies across the country. We live in an era when SaaS software is revolutionizing every aspect of modern life. Whether you are trying to manage a dynamic sales team or optimizing the business flow of a financial firm, there are dedicated solutions to serve you. And now, human services can have the same access to the latest technologies as consumers and enterprise customers with a person-centric purpose-built solution.
The Casebook PBC and Case Commons partnership with the Annie. E. Casey Foundation endures despite this new structure. Lisa Hamilton, the Foundation’s Chief Program Officer, serves as the Casebook PBC board chair where she is joined on the board by Bryan Sivak, former U.S. Health and Human Services CTO, and philanthropic leader Douglas Nelson, current chair of the CDC Foundation and former president of the Casey Foundation. Douglas will also continue to serve on the board of Case Commons, along with Patrick McCarthy, President and CEO of the Casey Foundation, remains the chair of the Case Commons board.
As the CEO of Casebook PBC, I’d like to invite you to reach out to our team to learn more about our expanded vision and our new platform. We believe that together we can help improve outcomes across the whole of human services and are looking forward to talking to you.
– Tristan Louis, CEO