Anna Woodfin graduated from Dickinson College in May of 2020 with a double major in Political Science and Law & Policy. While at school she volunteered as a GED Tutor at the local prison, studied abroad in Norwich, England, and interned with the Cumberland County CASA Program. Anna joined CASA in October 2020 to serve as the Volunteer Coordinator responsible for serving as the main point of contact between CASA and prospective volunteers- from the moment they express interest in CASA all the way through training. Her goal for the year is to successfully recruit 80 new volunteers to be matched with kids awaiting a CASA and help CASA advance their goal of serving every child in foster care. Anna will be serving as CASA’s Volunteer Coordinator AmeriCorps for one year through a partnership with Volunteer Maryland focused on growing volunteer programs. Anna is excited to get to know the volunteers and start her nonprofit career.
Change a Child’s Story
Children in foster care who have aCASA volunteer are more likely to succeed in school and adjust to change. And they’re half as likely to re-enter the foster care system later. By getting involved with CASA, you can make all the difference for a child who has experienced abuse or neglect in you community. Get involved, and change a child’s story.
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