Hannah joined the CASA of Cuyahoga County staff in January 2017 and began her role as a Volunteer Coordinator.
As the Volunteer Coordinator, Hannah is responsible for supervision, case management, training, and coordination of the CASA Volunteers. Hannah obtained her Bachelors in Business Administration from Kent State University in 2012 and her Juris Doctor from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School in 2015. Hannah was admitted to the Ohio bar in 2015. While in law school, Hannah interned at the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court and
worked closely with the Guardian ad Litem Project and assisted with the development and implementation of the CASA program. Hannah was involved with the CASA program when it was in the developmental stages and now it has grown into an amazing program that ensures children of Cuyahoga County receive quality advocacy in the Court.
The first step on your journey to becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate is to
download our application
Download this ODFJS Central Registry Request You need to fill out this form to request ODFJS to check your name against "Central Registry", a database that looks for any referrals or complaints about child abuse and neglect. Once you receive these results, please give them to the CASA office. You cannot be Sworn In as a CASA volunteer until these results are obtained. Because this process can take 6 weeks to process, please fill out this form ASAP.