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Serving on the Illinois Association of Court Appointed Special Advocate’s board is about more than just being elected – it requires continuous learning about those served and being an advocate for the mission, making decisions that are in the best interest of the organization, ensuring prudent use of IL CASA’s assets, and looking ahead to help us plan for the future.

All this requires “the vision thing,” which is bolstered by ongoing education and exposure to issues that affect our operations – both our external and internal environments. The recruitment process requires both “vetting” a candidate and “cultivating” the interest of a potential future board member until he or she is ready to accept an invitation to become an ambassador and advocate for Illinois CASA.

The resources can assist you in identifying and recruiting potential Board members. 

WHAT BOARD MEMBERS CAN EXPECT

ILLINOIS CASA BOARD OF DIRECTORS APPLICATION

Regional Representative Nomination Policy and Procedure

BOARD OF DIRECTORS LETTER OF AGREEMENT

BOARD OF DIRECTORS ROLE DESCRIPTIONS