Aaron is a 5th year Communication Studies Major at the University of Georgia. During his tenure at UGA, he has been a member of the UGA Track & Field team, the Black Theatrical Ensemble, and most recently the Leadership & Service program. For the spring of 2012, Aaron will be the Recruitment and Leadership Intern helping to promote and increase awareness to the CASA program.
Megan is a first year MSW in the Community Empowerment and Program Development Track. While working with a small NGO in West Africa, she identified a passion for creating and implementing community based initiatives, which led her to UGA's school of social work. Megan has joined Athens-Oconee CASA as an intern and looks forward to serving local families and children in crisis.
Tochuku is obtaining her Master’s Degree in Social Work at the University of Georgia. She earned a Bachelors of Science Degree majoring in Psychology and a Bachelors Degree in Health Promotion and Behavior also at UGA. Tochuku works at Children First to develop a new transitional living facility that prepares children who have aged out of the foster system to be productive, independent young adults. After completing her Master’s Degree, she would like to work for the Department of Juvenile Justice.
Fay is pursuing her master’s degree in Public Relations at the University of Georgia. She has a bachelor’s degree in China majoring in English and Business Administration. While working as a volunteer in Ukraine for children in summer camps and orphanages, she developed her passion to help children who suffer from family crisis and to bring their smiles back. Fay joined Children First as the Public Relations and Social Media Intern to manage social media accounts and to assist Mary with event promotion.