"As a previous childcare worker, public school educator, sibling of fostered and adopted children, and adoptive mother, you could easily say children, and their well being, is my passion. I am honored to have the privilege of serving the abused and neglected children of Cowley County."
"I have attended many fundraising events in the past and wanted to become part of the process. After learning that this organization runs on donations, I decided to join the board to help make sure the funding will always be there to help keep this amazing resource available to the children of the community."
"As someone who was a single mother for 8 years of my daughter's life, I understand the struggles of parenthood and the lack of voice for children. I have always had a heart for the children and feel it's very important to provide them with a chance to have a voice. I love what CASA stands for and am grateful for the opportunity to be a part of it."
"As a teacher, I am an advocate for my students. I wanted to use my knowledge and love for children throughout the community, so I thought by becoming a CASA board member I could continue to contribute on behalf of children and my community."
Member since 2017