Best of luck Wendy Graham!

The Board of Directors extends its best wishes and profound gratitude to Wendy Graham, upon her departure from CASA Philadelphia following a highly successful ten-year tenure as Executive Director. Under her inspirational leadership, CASA has grown from an organization serving a handful of Philadelphia’s children in foster care to a vital program that improves the lives of well over 250 vulnerable children each year. Over the past ten years, Wendy has worked tirelessly to better the lives of thousands of abused and neglected children across our city and to ensure that the voices of these children are heard in Family Court and beyond.
 The Board is pleased to announce that Associate Director, Allison Modica, has agreed to serve as Interim Executive Director effective February 1st.  We are extremely fortunate to have Allison’s talent, skills, and leadership to guide CASA at this critical time. 
We thank our dedicated volunteers and donors for their continuing support and commitment during this time of transition. We wish Wendy all the best in her future endeavors.


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