MiCase - Made for Michigan

Governing Board
The MiCase Consortium is managed by a Governing Board consisting of two representatives from each member ISD. Member ISD's are ISD's from counties whose districts primarily use the MiCase software systems and who agree to an equal financial commitment. Kalamazoo RESA serves as fiscal agent.
 Allegan County
 Abby Lloyd, Allegan AESA
 Jeff McNutt, Plainwell Community Schools
 Berrien County
 Kevin Ivers, Berrien RESA
 Kevin Clark, Berrien RESA
 Kalamazoo County
 Tom Harwood, Kalamazoo RESA
 Dan Vomastek, Portage Public Schools
 Scott Williams, MiCase (Non Voting
 Lewis Cass County
 Robert Colby, Lewis Cass ISD
 Laura Ash, Lewis Cass ISD
 Randy Gross, Dowagiac Union Schools (Non
 Voting Member)
 Mason, Lake and Oceana Counties
 Kerri Harrie, West Shore ESD
 Brad Shoemaker, West Shore ESD
 Menominee County
 Larry Godwin, Menominee ISD
 Diana Howell, Menominee ISD
 St. Joseph County
 Barbara Marshall, St. Joseph County ISD
 Kelly Dechnik, St. Joseph County ISD

 Van Buren County
 Jeff Mills, Van Buren ISD
 Barb Matthews, Van Buren ISD
In addition to the Governing Board, MiCase has three Vision Committees which provide direction and guidance in the development of solutions. These vision committees, Business Office, Student Information, and Data Analysis, consist of up to four representatives from member ISD counties. Vision committees recommend and prioritize development requests for implementation by the consortium programming staff. Finally, user groups provide input to the vision committees for each of the consortium software applications. These user groups are open to all districts that utilize the MiCase software.  A detailed organizational chart is available here.