Staff

 

Dave Bonebrake; Program Director

Dave is the program director at CASA of Washington County and has been so for thirteen consecutive years. He has built a career around helping the children and youth in his community. CASA is just one of the many organizations Dave has worked with to help children. The experiences he has had in this field have contributed towards his continued passion and motivation to help children, that have been abused or neglected.

 

Tasha Walls; Senior Volunteer Coordinator/Program Co-Coordinator of Sibling Connections 

Tasha began as a volunteer with CASA of Washington County in 2012. She transitioned to working as a staff member for CASA as an intern in 2013 and currently is the program co-coordinator of Sibling Connections and the senior volunteer coordinator for the agency. Tasha earned a bachelor’s degree and master degree in Social Work from Salisbury University. As a native of Hagerstown, Tasha is driven to help the children of this community through her advocacy, training and supervision of volunteers, and work to change legislation to protect Washington County youth.

 

Becca Jacobs; Volunteer Coordinator/Program Co-Coordinator of Sibling Connections  

Becca began interning as a Volunteer Coordinator through Salisbury University in August of 2015 and is now a full-time volunteer coordinator and program co-coordinator of Sibling Connections. She has a bachelor’s degree in criminology and criminal justice and is currently pursuing her master’s degree in social work at Salisbury. Becca has a passion for working with families and children within the community to advocate for change and protect their future. After graduation, she hopes to work with children and families within the juvenile justice system ensure that their voices are being heard.

 

Alicia Jamison; Volunteer Coordinator/Coordinator of Sibling Connections 

Alicia began with CASA as an advocate in the Fall of 2015. After nearly two years of serving as an advocate, she became a Volunteer Coordinator in October of 2017, as well as taking over the Sibling Connections Program. Alicia has her associates’s degree in Psychology, and is currently finishing up her bachelors degree in Child Studies. After graduation, Alicia plans to attend Salisbury University to complete her master’s degree in Social Work.