Welcome to our Spring 2013 Advocate Class!


Twelve new CASA Volunteer Advocates are being sworn in April 15th and will be assigned by juvenile judges to advocate for at least 15 additional abused and neglected children in the Brown County court system.

New CASA volunteers mention some of their reasons for becoming an advocate include, ”I believe that every child should have a chance to get a good start in life,“ ”I feel I can make a difference,“ ”To help create better opportunities for children to succeed.“

The new CASA volunteer Advocates are:

Marcia Knoebel, Green Bay

David Loew, Pulaski

Denise O’Donnell, Green Bay

Dona Pecor-Potters, Green Bay School District, Green Bay

Traci Picard, Oconto Falls

John Potters, Green Bay

Patty Schick, Hobart

Bobbie Jo Scholz, Green Bay

Robert L. Snyder, Green Bay

Sherry Umentum, Green Bay

Judith Voss, De Pere

Mary Witt, De Pere

In addition, new Advocate Supervisor Nicole Ronk was also sworn in! Congratulations and welcome to our new Advocates! We now have more than 140 active volunteers working with abused and neglected children in Brown County. We are currently accepting applications for our fall Advocate training class which will begin September 17, 2013.