Lauren Waldman

I finally found what I wanted to do “when I grow up”. Working at CASA doesn’t feel like work. Spending my days assisting, training and accompanying to court, dedicated individuals who are willing to donate their time and considerable knowledge towards the goal of achieving permanence for the most vulnerable in our society is a privilege and an honor.  Most people do not even think twice about the children in the foster care system. They are invisible. And I really can’t blame them for not wanting to know the stories. It’s painful. So when you find people who are willing to not only hear about it, but to actually DO something about it, you can’t help but be amazed by them.