The National CASA/GAL Association for Children is pleased to recognize the Honorable Amanda N. Heath, Judge, Augusta Judicial Circuit/Superior Court, Augusta, Georgia, and member of National CASA/GAL’s Judicial Leadership Council.
“As an advocate, it is empowering to have my voice heard, to bring challenges we may see at our local level and to not only be heard and respected but to see change happening,” Po says.
The volunteers’ perspectives will inform national efforts to recruit, train, engage and retain volunteers, as well as improve the volunteer experience.
CASA/GAL volunteers attend in-depth training and ongoing professional development to ensure they have the tools and resources they need to effectively support the children, youth and families they serve.
In March we celebrate Women’s History Month, and in this month, we honor the pioneering work of the late Carmen Ray-Bettineski.
Recognizing women’s leadership – Carmen Ray-Bettineski, the founding executive director of the National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association
During Women’s History Month, we recognize the contributions of women who have dedicated their lives to serving their communities and advocating for those in need.
The executive team leads National CASA/GAL’s support to and engagement with our network of 939 state organizations and local programs as well external stakeholders.
Caden was assigned Dallas CASA volunteer Megan, who began visiting him and offering support to his foster family.
At National CASA/GAL Association for Children, we are grateful for the groundbreaking work of the trailblazers who have worked diligently to improve the child welfare system.