Case Manager: Sarah L. Wadkins

Sarah is a lifelong Cecil County resident and has recently graduated from the University of New Haven with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Juvenile and Family Services. While attending the University of New Haven, Sarah volunteered at the Boys & Girls Club of New Haven and ‘rKids Family Center. She was also a research assistant for the Tow Youth Justice Institute. The Tow Youth Justice Institute combines research with law making to ensure Connecticut’s youth are receiving the best services if they are victimized or become offenders. She was also a member of her school’s women’s club Rugby team.

Sarah applied to be an advocate but was offered an internship instead. She interned with CASA of Cecil County until October 1, 2016 when she was offered a full time position. Sarah has become the programs first case manager. She is excited to continue working with the CASA of Cecil County program as it continues to grow. As someone who has always had a special place in her heart for children, she is glad to be a part of a program that ensures every child is taken care of, regardless of their circumstances.