Dewey Case has worked in the aquatics industry for more than two decades. His career started as a part time lifeguard, evolved into servicing pools and then into aquatic facility management while in college. Upon graduating from the University of Southern Mississippi, Case worked in the pool management industry and then transitioned to work with the YMCA at the local and national level, where he served as the volunteer project lead for the 2011 revision of the Y-USA Aquatic Safety Guidelines. He has also served on multiple aquatic safety committees, including the American Red Cross local Preparedness, Health, & Safety committee and state Quality Assurance committee. Case has earned multiple Instructor Trainer certifications from the American Red Cross, as well as instructor credentials with the Pool and Hot Tub Alliance, and was recognized as a “aquatics lifer” by Aquatics International in the 2018 Power Issue. Case was a member of the Lifeguarding and Bather Supervision Technical Committee for the MAHC 1st Edition and the Technical Review Committee for the MAHC 3rd Edition.