Jeannine Panzera, executive director of Henrico CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), joins Jeff to discuss Child Abuse Prevention Month and the work CASA does to ensure children are placed in safe, stable homes. Click here to listen to Jeannine chat with Jeff Katz!

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Our Executive Director, Jeannine Panzera, had the opportunity to moderate a conversation on sexual assault and abuse in youth sports on April 14, 2021, with survivors Fatima M. Smith and Abbey Philips. Watch the video above to learn more about this important topic.

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Henrico CASA welcomed six new CASA volunteers during a swearing-in ceremony on October 28, 2020. The volunteers will advocate for children who are before the court as the result of allegations of abuse or neglect. Chief Judge of the Henrico Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Margaret W. Deglau administered the CASA Volunteer Oath of Appointment, in…

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Nicole Howell graduated from Regent University School of Law and is a member of the Florida and District of Columbia Bar Associations. She volunteered as a pro-bono attorney for domestic violence cases in D.C., working on behalf of indigent domestic violence victims, women, and children seeking protective orders and custody. This work led Nicole to…

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Jeannine Panzera

Henrico County Court Appointed Special Advocates Inc. (Henrico CASA) has named Jeannine Panzera to serve as its executive director, overseeing the provision of court representation for children who have experienced neglect, abuse, and other trauma. Read the press release

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Rosie’s gives back to Henrico CASA for our 25th Anniversary Volunteer Appreciation event! Thank you Colonial Downs/Rosie’s Gaming Emporium for helping us celebrate our CASAs and all they do for the children in Henrico!

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