Sarah joined Child Advocates – Denver CASA in 2018. Sarah graduated from Adams State College with her Bachelor’s degree in Sociology. She has her Master’s degree in Social Work with a concentration in Clinical Child Welfare from the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work as well as her law degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Prior to her work with Child Advocates, Sarah worked in private practice as a Respondent Parent Counsel in Denver Juvenile Court and served as the Denver Human Services/Denver Juvenile Court Liaison. During graduate school, Sarah volunteered as an intake counselor for a domestic violence court advocacy program. She also volunteered in child welfare on the sexual abuse response team of a local department of human services and completed the Colorado Child Welfare Training Academy. During law school Sarah worked in the areas of victims’ rights, dependency and neglect, and criminal law.
As an Advocate Supervisor, Sarah is responsible for providing support to the CASA program by training and supervising volunteers, monitoring and maintaining data on assigned cases and volunteers, and assisting with general management of the program.