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Executive Staff

Laura D. Wolf
Executive Director

Emily Rudenick LeBlanc
Chief Program Officer

 
 

Volunteer Recruitment & Training Staff

Alisa De Luna
Senior Director of Community Initiatives

Lydia Garcia
Training Director

Janet Rodriguez
Director of Volunteer Admissions

Ryan Broussard
Training Specialist

Elena Jimenez
Volunteer Recruitment Specialist

Wendy Morse
Training Specialist

Bree Taylor
Volunteer Relations Specialist

 

Child Advocacy Staff

Stephanie Weiss
Director of Advocacy

 
 
 

Michelle Nowlin
Child Advocacy Specialist & Team Leader

Audrey Sherman
Child Advocacy Specialist & Team Leader

Greg Trottie
Child Advocacy Specialist & Team Leader

Alejandro Victoria
Teen Advocacy Specialist & Team Leader

Melanie Babbitt
Teen Advocacy Specialist

Francis Carrillo
Teen Advocacy Specialist

Jessica Chihuahua
Child Advocacy Specialist

Amanda Dawson
Child Advocacy Specialist

Carley Gardiner
Teen Advocacy Specialist

Florencia Grauer
Child Advocacy Specialist

Margaret Halpin
Child Advocacy Specialist

Brooke Hathaway
Child Advocacy Specialist

Rushmi Karim-Paris
Child Advocacy Specialist

Erin Knowles
Child Advocacy Specialist

Heather Lodahl
Child Advocacy Specialist

Elena Lorío
Child Advocacy Specialist

Diana McCue
Teen Advocacy Specialist

Michelle Miles
Child Advocacy Specialist

Alex Mirande
Child Advocacy Specialist

Dana Narveson
Child Advocacy Specialist

Vanessa Oakford
Child Advocacy Specialist

Sara Reyes
Child Advocacy Specialist

Elizabeth Throop
Child Advocacy Specialist

Greg Trottie
Teen Advocacy Specialist

Will Vese
Child Advocacy Specialist

Kelly Wisniewski
Child Advocacy Specialist

Program Innovation Staff

Catherine Jones
Director of Program Innovation

Tess Gillespie
Intake and Retention Manager

Samantha Bielawski
Early Family Engagement Specialist

Laura Fons
Early Family Engagement Specialist

Jamila Davis
Program Assistant

 
 
 

Program Evaluation Staff

Lisa Davila
Data & Evaluation Manager

 
 
 

Communications Staff

Callie Langford
Director of Communications

Ashika Sethi
Marketing Coordinator

 
 

Development Staff

Kelly Perkins
Development Director

Vicki Aymond
Development Manager

Laura Carter
Grants Manager

 

Administrative Staff

Kelli Agnell
Director of Finance & Operations

Stacey Thompson
Project Manager

 
 


Employment

Events Manager

CASA of Travis County has a full-time Events Manager position available. The Events Manager reports to the Development Director and assists with planning, organizing and directing efforts for all aspects of CASA of Travis County’s three annual events: CASAblanca Gala (February), CASA Kids Golf Classic (May) and the CASA Superhero Run (September). The Events Manager also manages and works closely with the event committees and volunteers.  The Events Manager, along with the Development Director and Development Manager, is responsible for achieving the annual events budgeted revenue goals. Bachelor’s degree, proven communication and experience working with multiple projects simultaneously required. Preferred candidates will have 2+ years experience working with event coordination/management, volunteer committees and experience working with Raiser's Edge and Greater Giving databases. EOE. Please send cover letter, resume and application to apply@casatravis.org or fax to 512.459.4550. No phone calls please.

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Teen Advocacy Specialist

CASA of Travis County has a full-time Teen Advocacy Specialist position available. The Teen Advocacy Specialist empowers, guides and supervises CASA volunteers as they advocate in the best interest of youth who’ve been abused or neglected and are at risk of aging out of the foster care system. Opportunity to gain volunteer and case management experience, work with diverse populations and sharpen advocacy skills. Flexible work environment. Bachelor's degree required. Preferred candidates will have good case management and strong people skills. English/Spanish fluency preferred. EOE. Please send cover letter, resume and application to apply@casatravis.org or fax to 512.459.4550. No phone calls please.

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Program Assistant

CASA of Travis County has a part-time (25 hours per week--5 hours/day, 5 days/week) Program Assistant position available. The Program Assistant reports to the Intake and Retention Manager and assists Program staff with data entry, greeting of visitors at the CASA office, answering the phone, and other tasks as assigned. The Program Assistant will work closely with the Early Family Engagement program staff to receive information for new CASA case appointments and enter case information into CASA’s internal database. Candidates should have a high school diploma, proficiency working in Microsoft Office and databases, and the ability to manage multiple assignments on a day-to-day basis. Three years of experience working in an office setting preferred. EOE.  Please send cover letter, resume and application to apply@casatravis.org or fax to 512.459.4550. No phone calls please.

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Child Advocacy Specialist

CASA of Travis County has a full-time Child Advocacy Specialist position available. The Child Advocacy Specialist empowers, guides and supervises CASA volunteers as they advocate in the best interest of children who’ve been abused or neglected and are now in protective care. Opportunity to gain volunteer and case management experience, work with diverse populations and sharpen advocacy skills. Flexible work environment. Bachelor's degree required. Preferred candidates will have good case management and strong people skills. English/Spanish fluency preferred. EOE. Please send cover letter, resume and application to apply@casatravis.org or fax to 512.459.4550. No phone calls please.

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CASA of Travis County’s Commitment to Equal Opportunity is an important part of our core values. In order to provide the best quality advocacy for children in our community, we believe that we must be responsive to the needs of everyone who may provide, receive or be affected by our services. To that end, all policies, practices and recommendations are administered without discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, age, gender, gender identity and gender expression, marital status, physical abilities or national origin.