CAS announces new services director

Published 12:00 am Saturday, January 18, 2014

Child Advocacy Services announced its newest staff and resource in its mission to give Voice, Healing and Security to children. Janna Perry-Holloway has joined the CAS team to work directly in each community across its 10 parish service area. Holloway has spent the last seven years advocating for children as a former foster youth, CASA volunteer, CASA volunteer supervisor and CASA program director in Arkansas. Holloway has spent time working at both the state and local levels.

“We are very lucky to have Janna on staff and among our great team of dedicated and talented individuals,” said Child Advocacy Services Chief Executive Officer Rob Carlisle. “She is passionate, genuine, inspiring and motivating. Our staff provides very difficult work each day. Speaking up for children who do not have a voice or say so in their fate takes a very special individual, and Janna has demonstrated she will help Child Advocacy Services reach new achievements.  Janna will begin 2014 assisting Child Advocacy Services in their volunteer recruitment, prevention education and community development. We need the help of every talented adult as staff, board of directors, and most importantly, CASA volunteers. Carlisle said. CASA trainings start in January.”

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