Advocate Manager serving Campbell & Lynchburg
After graduating from Liberty University in 2008, I used my degree in English to teach English as a Second Language to adults and children in Madrid, Spain, for three years. I remember determining while living there that whenever I returned to the U.S., I would be a CASA volunteer. I saw recruiting signs in Fall of 2012, joined a training class, and was inducted as an advocate in April of 2013. I served as a volunteer until June of 2014, when I joined staff as the Advocate Manager for Lynchburg/Campbell County. For me, CASA has been an expression of an ongoing interest in social justice and advocacy in general, and has also provided opportunities to continue to explore my passion for education and the classroom setting.