NHCASA Staff: A Solid Team Serving Area Youth
The NHCASA Staff serves children in the Northern Black Hills through volunteer management and case supervision.
Under strong leadership, the NHCASA Staff strives to ensure every abused or neglected child involved in court proceedings in the Northern Hills is appointed a Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteer.
Northern Hills Area CASA welcomed Amy to the team in May of 2016. As the Child Advocacy Specialist, she recruited, trained, and supported CASA volunteers. Amy holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education and a Master’s Degree in Educational Administration. Her experience with children, along with her leadership roles in various community/civic/school organizations, supports the foundation of the NHCASA program. Amy earned an Executive certification in Children’s Law & Policy from Loyola University in 2020 and completed the Child & Adult Advocacy Studies program at the University of South Dakota in 2022. She became the NHCASA Executive Director on March 1, 2023.
Child Advocacy Specialist
NHCASA welcomed Anna in January 2023. Anna has vast experience with child protection services after working with the Department of Social Services for many years.
Brenda joined the NHCASA team in June of 2016. She brings her organization and office management skills to keep the office functioning to fulfill the needs of the children we serve.
Northern Hills Area CASA is exited to introduce Chelsie Perschbacher as the new Development Coordinator. We are thrilled to have her as part of the team.
2023 Board of Directors
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