Board of Directors
Our agency is governed by a Board of Directors. The Board meets to establish goals and objectives, to approve policies and procedures, and to review agency performance.
Our Staff assures compliance with National CASA Standards and provides administrative support to the Board of Directors. The staff also recruits and trains advocates, reviews case reports and assists with court proceedings. Additionally the staff helps organize fundraising and special events and works with the fundraising committee.
Christopher Taylor, MHA-SM: Executive Director
Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position of Executive Director of CASA of Campbell County. He has 30 years of leadership and management experience in both the nonprofit and private sector. He earned his undergraduate degree in Physical Education & Sports Medicine from Carson-Newman University where he was a member of two National Championship Football teams. Chris also hold a master's degree in Healthcare Administration-Strategic Management from Liberty University graduating Magna Cum Laude and a member of the Omega Nu Lambda National Honor Society. He is honored to serve on the Administrative Office Technology Advisory Committee for the Tennessee College of Applied Technology, Jacksboro Campus.
Chris has a passion for the mission and work of CASA of Campbell County and believes that every child should have the opportunity to grow up in a loving and nurturing home environment, without the fear of being abused or neglected. He is excited to partner with current, and future, volunteer advocates to help change a child's story.
Angela Williams: Advocate Coordinator
Beginning her work in the probation office, Angela has seen the ins and outs of the Juvenile Justice System and brings a solid sense of morality and justice to her work. She is passionate about advocating for the children of our community and guiding others to do the same. Angela works tirelessly to ensure each child we serve gets the very best chance to thrive and consistently seeks new and better ways to serve.