CASA of DuPage County appoints new executive director

  • Suzanne Skala, CASA of DuPage's new executive director

    Suzanne Skala, CASA of DuPage's new executive director

 
Submitted by Beth Stremel
Updated 7/14/2020 12:41 PM

After completing an extensive regional search that garnered dozens of talented applicants, CASA of DuPage County has selected Suzanne Skala as its new executive director. She begins this role on July 13.

Dan Martin, president of the board of directors, praised Skala saying, "Suzanne brings a rich background that will serve CASA of DuPage County well. This is a tough time for nonprofits -- we're in the midst of a heath pandemic and an economic crisis and Suzanne impressed us with her experience, ideas for moving forward, and her deep commitment to helping CASA of DuPage County serve the vulnerable youth who depend on us."

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Skala has a long, successful track record in the nonprofit sector, having served previously as executive director for three other organizations and having volunteered for many local and national organizations.

"I am look forward to sharing the inspiring stories of CASA of DuPage County and their positive impact on children and families in our community," Skala said. "The staff, volunteers and board make CASA of DuPage County the leading organization that it is and I am honored to join this team."

CASA of DuPage County Inc. is a nonprofit organization that recruits, trains and supports volunteer citizen advocates to effectively speak to the best interests of abused, neglected, dependent and vulnerable children in the DuPage County Court system.

To learn more about CASA of DuPage County and the services it provides, visit dupagecasa.org.

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