Promoting and protecting the best interests of abused and neglected children involved in court proceedings through the advocacy efforts of trained volunteers. Serving children in Wise and Jack Counties.
Elizabeth accepted the position of Executive Director in February 2019. Previously, she was an advocate supervisor and program director. She holds a degree in Business Management and has two years experience with CPS as a Conservatorship Caseworker.
CASA of Wise and Jack Counties welcomed Marlo to the team in July of 2019 as the Educational/CFE Liaison. She oversees all educational needs and leads efforts in finding “relational permanency” for the children we serve. Marlo transitioned into the Program Director role in July 2020. Marlo was previously a Special Education teacher and a Children’s director. Marlo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education and a Master’s Degree in Special Education. Her certification as an Educational Diagnostician brings a new level of services available to our kids.