Our Board of Directors represents a cross-section of wonderful leaders in our community. They have a passion for our organization and the children we serve.
Our Directors embody the 3 W's of every great board: Wisdom, Wealth & Work. Their endeavors, not only, provide direction, guidance and oversight, but also ensure long-term sustainability of Children's Voice: CASA, Inc.
Jenny McDade, Chair
Our Chair, Jenny, is also the founder Children's Voice: CASA, Inc. Jenny has been at the helm of Douglas County Juvenile Program's Administration as Director since 1988. She has spent her entire career dedicated to serving families in our community. It is because of her vision and dedication to the children of Douglas County that she has ensured our success. She is our rock! Without her, we would not exist today. She has been through it all with us. Jenny truly knows how to plant the seeds of success, at work and at home. She loves to dig in the dirt after a long day and she is quite the talented gardener.
Lynne Jenkins, Secretary
Lynne has been a resident of Douglas County since 2008 and joined our Board in 2015. She and is happily married and has one son. Professionally, Lynne is a Principal Consultant with Oracle/NetSuite and has spent the majority of her career in Accounting in various industries. She earned a BBA in Accounting from Georgia Southern University and an MBA from Georgia State University. In her spare time, Lynne enjoys playing tennis and reading, serves as Treasurer of her HOA and Secretary of the Douglas County Academy Citizens' Academy Alumni Association, and serves on the Media team at Christ Centered Church in Mableton.
Megan Bryant, Treasurer
Our Treasurer, Megan, is a lifelong resident of Douglas County. She is also our resident financial expert - Megan has worked for the Bank of North Georgia for nearly 10 years. Megan recently graduated with a Bachelors of Business Administration from Mercer University and is a member of Beta Gamma Sigma, the premier honor society recognizing business excellence, and Phi Kappa Phi, which promotes academic excellence and engages the community of scholars in service to others. Numbers aren't her only talent though. Megan loves to show her artistic side by painting and crafting. And when she gets the chance, you can find her soaking up the sun at the beach!
Kaci Blair, Douglas County DA's Office
Dr. Kim Harrington, Georgia Tech
Kevin Head, American Family Insurance
David Jenkins, Motivational Fitness
Lynne Jenkins, NetSuite Business Software
Dr. Marilyn Kaufman, Retired Pediatrician
Judy Moore, Chick-fil-A
Lola Oyenuga, National Youth Advocate Program
Lesia Vick, Community Volunteer
Honorary Member - Rod Sisson, Community Volunteer