Pamela Young has worked with CASA for over 10 years serving the children of Lewis & Clark and Broadwater Counties. Pam spent most of her young childhood in Montana and her teen years in Idaho. Pamela and her family moved to Helena to raise their 3 daughters in the late 90’s. Pam started with CASA in 2008 and she says there is nothing more rewarding than making sure our community’s most vulnerable children have a voice and that their voice is being heard.
Kendra Proue started with CASA in early 2015. Her passion for serving began while attending college in Portland, Oregon. She returned to Helena after school and has had the opportunity to work with several local nonprofit organizations including WEEL (Working for Equality and Economic Liberation), the Montana Nonprofit Association and Helena Food Share. Kendra is thrilled to work alongside CASA staff and volunteers who give a voice to children who have experienced neglect in our community.
Elene Bunge joined CASA in May of 2017. She has always enjoyed looking out for the best interest of others, working with Family Outreach and Catholic Community Services since 2013. Being involved within our community is what brought her to CASA. As a mother of three boys she believes that our youth are of the most importance. Providing safety, education, and love is something every child deserves.
Toni joined CASA in January of 2018. Toni Henneman grew up on a farm and ranch in north-central Montana and later pursued a degree in education. For eight years she taught English and History to middle and high school students. To foster impactful relationships, Toni coached junior-high volleyball and varsity tennis while also directing the school play, managing the yearbook, and organizing student travel. Toni now devotes time at the Helena YMCA to help people develop healthy lifestyles in addition to working alongside CASA volunteers to facilitate much-needed representation for our community’s youth.