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2010 Conference

General Session Highlights
Awards of Excellence Winners Honored
Director of the Year's Words of Thanks
First Story Booth a Success!
Hon. J Dean Lewis Receives President's Award

National CASA’s 29th Annual Conference brought together CASA/GAL volunteers, staff members, judges, child welfare professionals and others for an intense few days of learning, sharing expertise and embracing the conference theme Spring Into Action. Nearly 1,350 people representing programs from across the country attended the conference, which took place April 16–19 in Atlanta. Highlights included a keynote address by Judge Glenda Hatchett, general sessions featuring older youth and CASA volunteers telling their stories as well as CEO Michael Piraino’s State of CASA presentation. Click the headlines or photos at left to learn more.


Save the Date for Next Year's Conference

2011 Conference Logo2011 National CASA Conference LogoSave the date for the 30th Annual National CASA
Conference: March 19–22, 2011, in Chicago, IL.
Choose from more than 60 workshops, hear from
leaders in their fields, and network with more than
1,400 peers from across the country. Registration
information will be available at
CASAforChildren.org/Conference in October.

If you would like to receive electronic updates about
the 2011 conference, and are not already on our email
list, please send an email to staff@nationalcasa.org

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