Staff

Jennifer Harley

Executive Director

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Danielle Whitham

Director of Volunteer Development

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Tara Herron

Volunteer Supervisor & Hope Court Liaison

Tara became a volunteer advocate in early 2012 and joined the staff in 2016. As our Intake Supervisor and the HOPE Court Liaison, she gathers all necessary information on new cases, does our first face-to-face visit, and keeps everybody up to date on the bi-weekly HOPE Court program.  Her favorite part of her job is when the kids are excited to see her because they know they can count on her.
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Angie Vilett

Volunteer Supervisor & Media Relations
Angie joined our team as  Volunteer Supervisor & Media Relations in September of 2018.  Her role is to support volunteer advocates in their casework, monitor cases not worked by volunteers, and to manage marketing endeavors and social media. Her main goal with Child Advocates is to ensure each child's best interest is in the forefront of every decision made through the dependency system.
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Connie Pickett

Volunteer Supervisor
Connie joined CCCA in September 2019 as a Volunteer Supervisor.  She enjoys working with her volunteers. The dedication they show  in advocating for their children makes her work especially enjoyable.
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Laura Bullock

Volunteer Supervisor
Laura Bullock joined CCCA in July of 2021 as a volunteer supervisor. She began as a CASA volunteer in 2011 and spent almost 7 years supervising volunteers with a focus on Family Treatment Court in Clark County. Laura values collaborating with Child Advocate volunteers and supporting them as they make a difference in a child’s life by representing their best interest in court. Laura is looking forward to partnering with other county programs doing this work.
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Veryl Anderson

Community Outreach & Volunteer Engagement
Veryl became a volunteer Child Advocate in April 2019 and joined the staff a few months later. Her role is to reach out to the community to find new volunteers, bring them in for an initial interview, work with them to complete all necessary paperwork, and engage them in our training classes. Her most important goal is to make a difference in the lives of children.
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Lauren Miller

Administrative Assistant
Lauren is our new Administrative Assistant but she's no stranger to the program. She has been a volunteer Advocate for close to 3 years and has found a passion for advocating and being the voice for the children but wanted to do more for the program. She has recently come on board as part of our support staff and is thrilled to be here.
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