Robert is an author, speaker, and a storyteller. In 2013, he founded Kalliste Productions with a pioneer’s vision for bringing to the world a different perspective to the subjects of heroes, the positive masculine, and power of commitment.
His latest book, Icarus and the Wing Builder, draws from a wellspring of ancient wisdom to recast a Bronze Age legend, recreating it as a soaring story of historical/mythological fiction. His first award-winning book, Daedalus Rising, was launched in 2008.
A popular keynote speaker, Robert is in demand at numerous conferences, community events, and book clubs. His keynotes and workshops, Real Heroes Keep Growing, speak to the universal themes of Aging Well and Leadership. His voice carries a message of hope to worldwide audiences, motivating and inspiring listeners and readers to continue to thrive at any age. In 2014, he appeared on NPR’s The Story Project.
Robert William Case received his bachelor’s degree in geology from Allegheny College in Meadville, Pa. He holds a master’s degree in geophysics from the University of Utah, and a JD degree from the University of Denver. His resume includes balancing fatherhood with careers in different technical fields, emancipating healthy and distinguished children, and then – inspired by the geology, legends, and history of ancient Greece – recreating himself as a writer and speaker. Today, he writes, delivers keynotes, and tells stories about freedom, the search for happiness, and the power of commitment.