Our Staff

CASA of Middlesex County Staff

Stephanie Brown
Program Director
Phone: 732-246-4449 ex. 1

Stephanie began working with CASA in Middlesex County in February 2015 after spending three years working as an Advocate Coordinator in two large urban CASA programs. Prior to that, she was a caseworker for Child Protective Services in Texas. Her Bachelor’s Degree is in Psychology and her Master’s Degree is in Social Work. She is a Licensed Social Worker. She spends most of her time at CASA recruiting volunteers, fundraising, and marketing the organization. Ultimately, her intent is to support the volunteers and children from every angle possible!

Colette Scozzafava
Senior Program Coordinator
Phone: 732-246-4449 ex. 3

Colette’s experience with the Middlesex County CASA program started in May 2011 when she began volunteering as an Advocate for CASA. In October 2012, she became a CASA employee and she has been supervising CASA volunteers ever since. Colette remains dedicated to ensuring that every volunteer, and ultimately child, receives the support they need. She also manages and processes much of the data that is collected by the organization, she trains new volunteers, and she maintains relationships with the Courts and the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCP&P). Colette has a Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology and an extensive background working for an international IT provider. 

Silvia Cuesta
Program Coordinator
Phone: 732-246-4449 ex. 2
Upbeat and compassionate are just two words to describe Silvia Cuesta, CASA of Middlesex County Program Coordinator. Silvia, a graduate of William Patterson University, joined our team after working to help underserved young adults as an AmeriCorps Vista ServiceWorks Program Coordinator. Born and raised in Ecuador, Silvia puts her bilingual and immigration knowledge to good use at CASA when advocating for children from Hispanic and Latino communities.

Nancy Miller

Peer Coordinators
After practicing the role of the CASA advocate, some of our volunteers accept leadership roles as Peer Coordinators. Peer Coordinators provide their expertise and guidance to 5-10 new CASA volunteers at any given time. This allows CASA to increase the number of children we can help without significantly increasing costs related to adding new staff members. These incredible people come from many different backgrounds and experiences, bringing their talents and abilities to the growing body of knowledge accessible by CASA advocates. We could not do this work without them!

Laurene Brown

Veronica Emerson

Caren Iskowitz

Linda Kinsey

Judith Martin Waterman

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