CASA Expands, Hiring Megan Brown as Program Manager

CASA of the 2nd Judicial District of Arkansas announces that Megan Brown of Jonesboro has been hired as the first ever Program Manager for the organization. Funded in part by a grant from the Arkansas CASA Association, Megan will be responsible for the implementation of the program to advocate for abused and neglected children in foster care through the talents of volunteer advocates.

Megan Brown

Megan Brown


“NEA CASA is very pleased to welcome Megan, whose experience as a mental health case manager and training specialist in the hospitality industry brings a variety of talents to CASA. These skills will strengthen this organization and help better prepare the staff and volunteers to advocate for the children’s best interests,” said Donna Lamb Bowyer, Executive Director. “Megan’s dedication to children’s emotional and physical health needs is a significant benefit to the children of northeast Arkansas.”

Megan holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Social Work and is a Licensed Social Worker with more than five years of experience in the non-profit field. She is on the worship team at Central Baptist Church Refuge Campus and is active in fighting human trafficking. She and her husband Ralo, son Jude reside in Jonesboro and are expecting baby girl Ruby very soon.

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A Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer is a trained citizen who is appointed by a judge to represent the best interest of an abused and neglected child in court.



CASA of the 2nd Judicial District Arkansas is working to provide a volunteer advocate for every child who needs one. Your support will bring us one step closer to achieving that goal.


Service Areas

Towns: Jonesboro, Paragould, Blytheville, Osceola, Corning, Piggott, & Harrisburg

Counties: Clay, Craighead, Greene, Mississippi, & Poinsett

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