Kari Dimmick hired as Teller County Program Manager
We are pleased to announce the hiring of Kari Dimmick as the organization's new Teller County Program Manager.
Dimmick is a Woodland Park resident with deep roots in Teller County, and she brings to CASA a wealth of knowledge from years of working with the Department of Human Services in both Douglas and El Paso counties.
From CASA's office in the Woodland Professional Building, Dimmick will manage all aspects of both CASA's Dependency & Neglect (advocacy) and Supervised Exchange & Parenting Time (SEPT) programs in Teller County.
A meet and greet is being planned for Teller County residents and CASA volunteers to meet with Dimmick in Woodland Park. The details of this event will be announced in coming weeks. In the meantime, she can be reached by email to
In addition to the new Teller County Program Manager, CASA of the Pikes Peak Region has announced three other new employees in the past month: Michele Courville (Fund Development Associate), Heather DeWolf (SEPT Assistant), and Jonathan Plaisted (SEPT Volunteer Coordinator). All CASA staff members can be reached with the contact information