Roy Barrett has been a volunteer with the program since 2007. During his time as a CASA volunteer, he has advocated for many children and upheld his commitment to each of those children. Mr. Barrett has been an incredible asset to CASA and has done his best to work alongside all other professionals to ensure the wellbeing of each of the children he served.
“Being a CASA volunteer means so much to me because I was raised in a household without a father figure and that affected me in many ways. There have been so many people in my life that have helped me along the way and I wanted to do that to children that may have grown up the same way I did. I have learned so much being a CASA and I often use that knowledge and apply it to individuals in my own life and situations that I have gone through or see others go through. Being a CASA volunteer has brought so much meaning to my life and I love the feeling I get when I look into the eyes of the children I am advocating for and see hope”.