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Corporate Pillar: Chad Case

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chad case photographyLisa Uhlman, Corporate Pillars Manager

The 24th WCA TWIN Awards luncheon at the Boise Centre on April 4 was a marvelous celebration honoring 51 fabulous women.  Over 750 guests gathered to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2017 TWIN Honorees and this year’s Joyce Stein  Award recipient, Luci McDonald. President of the WCA Board of Directors Bill Bodnar congratulated the 2017 TWINs, sharing that this day “is a way to celebrate women who have had a positive impact on their professions and acknowledge the companies who have actively recognized, promoted and supported them.”  The WCA congratulates these extraordinary women for making the world a better place.

Chad Case, owner of Chad Case Photo &Video, has been a phenomenal WCA Corporate Pillar. Chad and his staff, Jon Conti and Madeline Scott, take the wonderful portraits of the TWIN honorees used in our TWIN Awards luncheon program. Chad also donated the amazing hummingbird photo used for the 2017 Corporate Pillars awards.   Chad’s work has been honored internationally.  His clients include corporations and travel excursion companies. Most recently Chad has traveled to Cuba and Patagonia for work.

A recent gift that Chad gave to the WCA’s Serena’s House secure shelter was 26 of his gorgeous photos. These stunning photo canvases included images of mountain and ocean scenery, elephants, horses, and interesting people, all images taken by Chad across the globe.  They truly add so much beauty to Serena’s House.

We are so grateful to Chad and his staff for their incredible dedication to the WCA’s work in the community. He shared, “We consider it an honor to partner with the WCA!  Their work is essential in keeping our community healthy and seeing the lives they change is proof that this wonderful organization creates a better future for so many people.  We also like the fact that so many liked minded volunteers and staff with diverse backgrounds and beliefs all come together to support the WCA which adds to the overall well-being of our community.”

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