1. How long have you been a CASA?
    I have been a CASA about two years.
  2. What brought you to apply to become a CASA?
    I served on the CASA Board of Directors for four years and during that time realized how important it is for these kids in the system to have someone in their corner and give them a voice during court proceedings.
  3. Besides being a CASA advocate, what do you like to do in your spare time?
    I love reading, traveling, and spending time with family and friends. But I truly love just hanging out with my grandsons and watching them play in their various sporting events.
  4. What do you love the most about being a CASA?
    What I like the most about being a CASA is spending time with the kids and getting to know them, their family and their situation.
  5. And now for a little fun, what’s a hidden talent or unusual fact that most people don’t know about you?
    I don’t have any hidden talents that I can think of, but a fact that people probably don’t know about me is that I retired in April and immediately created my bucket list. One item I want to check off in 2018 is visiting the rest of the 50 states. I have nine states left and I really hope to visit them in the next year.