The purpose of the Friends of CASA Board is to financially support the volunteer advocates. If
your personal mission and passion aligns with fundraising in support of the CASA volunteers, this
board might be a perfect fit for you. The Friends of CASA Board is a fundraising board, not a
As such, we ask that you carefully review the requirements of being a board member as you
consider application and service on the board.
Obligations and requirements of Board members:
- Attendance of bi-monthly board meetings.
- Engagement in communication between meetings as needed to conduct the work of the Board.
- Fulfillment of assigned tasks in association with the work of the Board.
- Participation in planning and implementing fundraising efforts.
- Willingness to make a personal donation of $250 per year to support the work of the board.
Note: New board members will be asked to attend 3 hours of a CASA Volunteer training to gain insight
into the role of a CASA and the mission you are supporting as a board member
Meet the Friends of CASA Counties’ Board
Robin McNeal, PresidentTurning Point
Josh Albert, TreasurerSleep Number Corporation
Jami Nininger, SecretaryMount Carmel College of Nursing
Dena Russell, Vice PresidentHaller Wealth Management
Christine MaihleDNP, MBA, RN, NEA-BC
Kristen BealRoss Medical Education Center
Joe AndenoroMarion City School District
CASA advocates in the best interest of abused and neglected children in Delaware and Union Counties.
We recruit, train and support community volunteers who serve as Court Appointed Special Advocates for abused and neglected children in the juvenile court system proceedings.
CASA volunteers are “the voice of the child” in court; providing information and perspective to assist the judge in making informed
decisions that are in the best interest of the child.