CASA of Larimer County

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Sabrina Stoker, Executive Director
Start Date: 2017

Sabrina Stoker has spent the past twelve years serving in leadership roles at non-profits that serve at-risk children and families. She joined the CASA of Larimer County family in April of 2017 and is looking forward to impacting the lives of children here in Northern Colorado. Sabrina will be working closely with the Board of Directors to develop a sustainability plan to ensure CASA of Larimer County will be here for generations to come.

Leslie Piper, Operations Manager
Start Date: 2007

Leslie joined the CASA/Harmony House team first as an intern from Colorado State University and was subsequently hired as a staff member in 2007. In 2016, Leslie became the Harmony House Operations Manager and worked closely with staff and families to develop strong policies to ensure payment for services were not a barrier for families to spend quality time together. With Leslie's support, Harmony House was able to continue serving the same number of families each year with one Harmony House when the second location closed in 2016. Leslie continues to move the program forward in her role as Operations Manager and continues to help families stay connected.

Jen Ryan , Program Director
Start Date: 2018

Jen is new to the CASA of Larimer County team, but not new to CASA. She has served as a CASA volunteer for two years and as a Peer Coordinator this year. She has over twenty years of leadership experience and is a strong addition to our team.

Linn Bates, CASA Case Manager
Start Date: 1997

Linn has been with the CASA program starting as a volunteer herself; she then performed both case supervision and volunteer coordinator responsibilities until 2002. Linn is dedicated to the children of our community and is a wonderful advocate for them and the volunteers assigned to her. Linn works with the CASA volunteers in problem solving, resource development, and general support as they work through their cases. Linn has great skills and a passion for the work she performs.

Megan Northway, CASA Case Manager
Start Date: 2016

Megan started with CASA as a volunteer while pursuing her Psychology degree and was hired on as a CASA Case Supervisor. Megan works closely with CASA volunteers providing compassionate and logical guidance. She is dedicated to the children in Larimer County and their best interest. Megan is well aware of legal compliance and best practices relating to these services and has elevated the quality of the program with her commitment.

Jennifer Entner, CASA Case Manager
Start Date: 2018

While Jennifer may be new to the staff of CLC, she has been with the CASA program for several years as a CASA volunteer. In 2018, her husband was sworn in as a CASA volunteer as well. Jennifer brings a strong skill set of nonprofit case management and is such wonderful support to CASA volunteers on active cases.

Danielle Morago, CASA Case Manager
Start Date: 2016

Danielle joined the Harmony House Staff as an intern during the 2016 summer semester from Colorado State University and was hired as a Harmony House Case Manager shortly after graduating with a Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Danielle is now working in our CASA program. Her calm presence she brings to the office as well as her resourceful and streamlined approach is greatly appreciated by all.

Kalyn Law, Harmony House Case Manager
Start Date: 2015

Kalyn joined the Harmony House Staff as an intern her senior year at Colorado State University. She was hired as a Case Manager at the Harmony House after graduating with a Bachelor's in Social Work as a key staff member she shows great intelligence and compassion for the families while she supervises their visits. Her effectiveness and devotion is an important part that she provides in supporting the Harmony House staff. She has true dedication to the meaning of our mission.

Megan Graham, Harmony House Case Manager
Start Date: 2018

Megan is a new member of our team and she fell in love with impact Harmony House makes for children during her 2017 internship. Megan is quick to develop a rapport with families and is a great team player.

Annette Hoyt, Community Engagement Manager
Start Date: 2014

Annette works closely with individuals interested in volunteering with CASA and Harmony House. We have lots of ways for individuals of all ages, backgrounds and skill sets to volunteer their time and expertise to further the mission of CASA of Larimer County. Annette is skilled at matching the philanthropic capacity of volunteers and making them feel valued and successful.
Annette also heads up our awareness and community outreach efforts. She is happy to come talk to your civic group, club, or work and share the impact CASA is having on the children here in Larimer County. If you are a business looking to support or partner with a local non-profit, please contact Annette and she will help develop a great partnership!

Renee Tonnies , Community Engagement Coordinator
Start Date: 2018

Renee joined our team with a background in providing supervised parenting time in Weld County. In her current role, Renee supports volunteer recruitment efforts for the organization by assisting volunteers with background checks and managing all volunteer files. She is so organized and great support to our whole team. In addition to her work hours, Renee volunteers as a CASA.


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