We are happy to introduce our new Development Manager, Rhiannon Tovani.  Rhiannon holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Regis University and has a Master’s of Education degree in Adult Education and Training from Colorado State University.

Rhiannon first became involved with CASA over twenty years ago when she joined Kappa Alpha Theta at Colorado State University.  For more than 25 years, Thetas have stood with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) to impact the lives of foster children.  As an organization of women committed to spreading the widest influence for good, Thetas have contributed millions of dollars over the years to local and National CASA programs as well as countless volunteer hours.  It has been an amazing 25+ years, but the work is not done. In fact, it may only be just beginning.

Mountain View High School Volleyball participated in ΚΑΘ Kicks for CASA

As Rhiannon’s passion for the mission of CASA continued to grow, she served as a CASA volunteer for Adams and Broomfield County in 2011 and joined the Board of Directors at CASA of Larimer County in 2015.  During this time, she also served as the Recruitment and Community Involvement Advisor for the CSU chapter of ΚΑΘ and has led this dedicated group of young women in volunteering 2081 hours of community service and raising over $33,000 for CASA of Larimer County.  The Development Manager position was a natural fit for Rhiannon’s passion for the mission of CASA and her experience leading volunteers to raise funds needed for our programs to meet the 2020 goal.

In Rhiannon’s spare time, she is involved with her other passions: coaching volleyball and hanging out with her dogs.

Welcome Rhiannon!