Dick Hulseman

Dick joined Denver CASA as an Advocate Supervisor in March of 2019.  He and his wife relocated to Denver from northern Illinois, where he was an Advocate Manager at CASA Lake County for 8+ years.  He brings a passion for child advocacy and helping CASA advocates bring excellence to their work with children and families.  Prior to CASA, Dick worked 18+ years in business;  he has an MBA from Kellogg and a master’s in Organization Development from Loyola University Chicago.  Dick’s other interests include exploring Denver with his wife Kelly, food and wine, travel, scuba diving, and music.

As an Advocate Supervisor, Dick 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.