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“It’s not the strongest of species who survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.”
— Charles Darwin

Madison Case is a grassroots organization and field communications specialist who offers clients a wealth of experience in public affairs, issues management, and social and digital media engagement. Ms. Case has worked for a diverse cross-section of industries, employing field campaign strategies and tactics that deliver results on the most pressing public policy, legislative and regulatory concerns. Whether at the federal, state, or local level, Ms. Case’s expertise in coalition building and eye for creativity continues to yield measurable results for some of the most recognizable brands in the world, including Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, associations, and advocacy organizations.


Formerly with the DCI Group, Ms. Case focused on third-par ty advocacy and building strategic alliances, mainly in the technology and telecommunications spaces. Employing a campaign-style approach, Ms. Case also worked for several 501(c)4 organizations, driving legislative and regulatory priorities at the federal and state levels. Notably, Ms. Case was also involved in the day-to-day operations of AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign, which aimed to cur tail texting and driving. In that capacity, she planned and managed a 186- stop national tour through high schools, DMVs, state fairs, professional sporting events, and concerts – securing the third-par ty support needed to transform the effort into a national movement.

Prior to her stint at DCI, Ms. Case volunteered on several political campaigns, and managed the paid-canvassing efforts for Critz for Congress in 2012. Ms. Case also managed day-to-day field operations at DDC Advocacy and served in Representative Bill Foster’s DC office.

Bachelor of Arts, Poltical Science and Spanish
Bucknell University

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