c.a.s.e. Consulting Services LLC

Building Community. Raising Awareness.

Creating Solutions. Nurturing Empowerment.

Who We Are   We are a cooperative roots-based consultancy created in 2012 by Dr. Simona L. Perry. c.a.s.e. stands for “Community Awareness and Solutions for Empowerment.”  We seek to transform communities and individuals through raising awareness and working together towards long-term and sustainable solutions to the most pressing problems of the 21st Century.

Learn more about Dr. Perry and her work here.

We are currently working with Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve on Georgia’s coast to better communicate the amazing work they do to understand the long-term dynamics of coastal and estuarine ecosystems and how humans interact with those systems. Have you ever visited Sapelo Island or the Reserve’s Visitor Center? If so, we would love to hear from you about your experience here.

In March 2019 we launched Heirloom Stories to provide client-focused, professional, and confidential services for preserving your life story and family histories for future generations at a reasonable cost.

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What Our Mission Is   The mission of c.a.s.e. is to provide local, regional, and national consulting services and resources to rural and urban communities and people directly impacted by rapid social and environmental change or conflict. Drawing on expertise in community-based ethnographic practice, environmental policy and regulatory research, Geographic Information Systems, oral history, and asset-based community dialogue and deliberation techniques we are committed to providing communities and individuals with the awareness and skill to recognize their own capacities for resiliency and adaptation. Through our work, people find their own solutions to some of the most pressing problems of the 21st Century.

What We Do   At the heart of our work at c.a.s.e. are the long-term collaborations and partnerships we build with community-based groups, practitioners, artists, academic scientists, and public service agencies. We are constantly seeking new relationships with like-minded citizens and experts who share our passion for creating innovative and effective community awareness and empowerment processes and tools, and for developing culturally relevant, locally governed, and just solutions to complex local and regional economic development projects, and environmental change scenarios and conflicts. Contact us to see how we can work together!

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