The successful startup of a CASA program requires one or two key individuals to spark the effort and spearhead the initial push to establish the program. This person, or small group of people, must recognize and be able to communicate to others the benefits of starting a CASA program in your community.
Needed for this effort: time, commitment, leadership skills and business savvy to devote to CASA program development.
You can play this role or you can contact others who can help. A successful CASA startup starts with a committed person or small group that won’t take no for an answer. For tips on leadership, click here.