1. How long have you been a CASA?
    I have been a CASA for almost two years.
  2. What brought you to apply to become a CASA?
    Every year someone would come to the NAACP and say that they needed minority volunteers at CASA. At the time I could not because I was working. One of the first things I did when I retired was to see what I had to do to become a CASA.
  3. Besides being a CASA advocate, what do you like to do in your spare time?
    I work part time as security at Indiana University football and basketball games. But what I like most of all is being a Prince Hall Mason. The brotherhood, I love it!
  4. What do you love the most about being a CASA?
    Knowing that I did my best for the child, and letting the child know that CASA is there for them.
  5. And now for a little fun, what’s a hidden talent or unusual fact that most people don’t know about you?
    I have put on a black history month program for the last 15 years at Second Baptist Church. I also enjoy going to black museums when I travel.