CASA Child Advocates Announces Lindsay Miller as Interim Development Director
Introducing Lindsay Miller, Interim Development Director
CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County is pleased to announce that former Creative Development Associate, Lindsay Miller, has assumed the role of Interim Development Director. Within this position, Miller will be responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of the non-profit organization’s fundraising efforts, including the major gifts program, annual fund, planned giving, special events, and capital campaigns.
“I started with CASA as a volunteer Advocate four years ago, so I know firsthand just how crucial an Advocate’s impact can be in the lives of children and youth in foster care,” Miller explains, “I am thrilled to be able to serve in this new capacity and to be a part of ensuring we are able to continue to serve every single child who needs us.”
Although Miller recently accepted the position of Interim Development Director, she joined the CASA staff as the Creative Development Associate in July of 2019. Prior to that, Miller became a volunteer Advocate in 2017 and served as volunteer Gala Chair for the 2019 CASA Speaks for Kids Gala: A Million Dreams. As Creative Development Associate, she coordinated the 2020 CASA Speaks for Kids Gala: Black, White, and Silver Ball; the 2021 CASA Speaks for Kids Benefit Concert: Deep in the Heart of Texas; and was a staff liaison for the 2020 CASA Superhero Run. Her dynamic background combined with her extensive community connections will help Miller make an easy transition into her current position with CASA.
CASA Child Advocates’ Executive Director, Ann Marie Ronsman, shares in the excitement of welcoming Miller to her new role. “Lindsay has a unique combination of creativity, intellect, and authenticity, plus she has a true passion for service to children in foster care,” Ronsman explains, “Given the vision and success she has already brought to fundraising events over the past several years, I’m very excited about her potential to help us move to the next level and expand CASA’s ability to change the lives of children in our community.”
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) speak up for the best interests of children who have been removed from their home and are under the Court’s jurisdiction. CASA’s goal is to continue to provide a court-appointed volunteer to serve as Guardian ad Litem for every child in the foster care system. For the past 29 years, CASA has been training volunteers, raising awareness in the community, and working to end the cycle of child abuse in Montgomery County.
You may contact Lindsay Miller at CASA Child Advocates of Montgomery County via email at Lindsay@CASASpeaks4Kids.com or call (281) 433-6583.