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CASA of Los Angeles would like to welcome aboard Monique Stevens as the new Assistant Program Director of CASA of Los Angeles- Antelope Valley. Monique will oversee the daily operations of CASA/LA’s Antelope Valley location, working with Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) and spearheading the organization’s efforts and outreach to the Antelope Valley community.

Monique Stevens was most recently Director of Family Advocacy Programs at the Children’s Center of the Antelope Valley. She is an experienced family law attorney whose earlier work includes the Family Law Facilitator’s Office in the San Diego Superior Court, where she assisted families with child custody, paternity and divorce cases, and domestic violence restraining orders.

Monique has a BA in Psychology from UCSD and a JD from USD School of Law. She is also a member of Toastmasters. “My passion has been working with children in need to provide them with safe passage to adulthood. CASA/ LA has given me the opportunity to make an even bigger impact in the lives of Los Angeles’ endangered children and I am excited to be joining the CASA team.”