Voices for CASA Children, a local nonprofit organization dedicated to serving foster children in Maricopa County and the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA volunteers) who support them, announced the addition of Mesa resident Christine Slomski as marketing manager.
In her new role, Slomski will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic marketing initiatives designed to build community awareness and engagement with VOICES and the CASA of Maricopa County program.
Slomski comes to Voices for CASA Children with a decade of marketing communications experience across a variety of industries between Arizona, Colorado and Washington state.
Before joining Voices for CASA Children, Slomski was a membership specialist for the Girl Scouts of Colorado in Denver, where she was recognized as a top recruiter by the Colorado Council for the 2015-2016 membership year. Prior to that, she worked as part of the client experience team for a Fox Restaurant Concept in Denver, and as a marketing manager at The Arizona Opera in Phoenix. Slomski graduated Summa Cum Laude from Gonzaga University with a bachelor’s degree in public relations and marketing.
“I am devoted to working on projects and with organizations that strengthen community engagement and celebrate youth empowerment, and Voices for CASA Children’s mission to recruit more advocates for foster children was a perfect match,” Slomski said. “The work this organization does is critical for thousands of children in Maricopa County, and I’m excited to raise awareness for this incredible program and help even more children who need that adult voice and support.”
“Voices for CASA Children continues to grow in order to support the overwhelming number of children in foster care, and we are very excited to have Christine Slomski join our marketing team as part of this expansion,” said Robin Pearson, executive director of Voices for CASA Children. “Her passion for community service and recruiting experience will be a wonderful asset to us, as we have so much incredible work happening for our children and CASA volunteers in 2017.”