Scott Case co-founded Priceline.com, the “Name Your Own Price” Internet Service. His innovation and willingness to take risks helped redefine how people travel when he started this Internet service. Scott Case is a technologist, entrepreneur, inventor, and humanitarian.
As Chief Technology Officer, he was responsible for building the technology that enabled priceline.com's hyper-growth. Moving beyond technology he successfully launched several priceline.com businesses. These included Priceline for Gasoline, by far the firm's fastest growing business. At the Walker Digital Invention Laboratory, Scott helped build a portfolio of intellectual property, and is a named inventor on dozens of U.S. patents including the underlying portfolio for priceline.com. Previously, Scott co-founded Precision Training Software, a software company that developed the world's first PC-based simulated flight instructor and photo-realistic flight simulator.
His next step is to bring fresh perspectives and unique talents to the fight against malaria. In 2006, Scott joined the Malaria No More team as CEO, and now inspires individuals and institutions around the world to see how they can be part of the first great humanitarian success story of the 21st century: ending malaria deaths.
Scott also serves as the Chairman of Network for Good (www.NetworkForGood.org), a national nonprofit that has distributed more than $100 million to 20,000 nonprofits. Network for Good provides online fundraising and communications services to over 5,000 nonprofit organizations.
Scott continues to build social enterprises that use technology, commercial processes, and incentives to create sustainable, scalable solutions to improve people's lives.