CASA of Central Texas, Inc. Board of Directors
Retired, Energy Management
Retired, US Department of Agriculture
2nd Vice President
Charles “Keith” Kebodeaux
Partner, Kebodeaux, Hargroder & Associates LLP
Senior Vice President, Private Banking, Broadway Bank
Attorney, Law Office of Hollis W. Burklund
Director of Customer Support and Services, Teradata
Chief Operating Officer, Guadalupe Family Health, P.A.
Partner, Kuehler Investments LLC
Become a Member of the Board
A diverse Board of Directors representing each of the four counties we serve (Caldwell, Comal, Guadalupe and Hays) helps CASA identify needs in the community, and provides the support and connections required to meet those needs. By serving as a Director for CASA of Central Texas, you have a genuine opportunity to have a direct, positive and lasting impact for your community.
There’s a lot of responsibility in choosing to become a Board member. Board members must have the ability and knowledge to set policy and approve programs that become the basis for operating the nonprofit. A Board member does not manage the day-to-day business of the nonprofit.
A Board member must have the time, or be willing to take the time, to attend monthly Board meetings as well as special meetings, committee meetings and seminars. Seminars and educational workshops are necessary to keep informed about Board service and the programs we provide as an agency.
Contact email@example.com if you are interested in becoming a Board Member.
General Expectations of Board Members
- Become knowledgeable about the organization.
- Serve in leadership positions or undertake special assignments willingly and enthusiastically.
- Keep the executive director informed about community concerns.
- Follow trends in the child welfare and juvenile justice fields.
- Recruit nominees to the board – women and men of achievement and distinction who can make contributions to the work of the board and the organization.
- Contribute financially.
Meetings – Prepare for and participate in board and committee meetings, including appropriate organizational activities.
Avoiding Conflicts – Serve the organization as a whole rather than any special interest group or constituency.
Fiduciary Responsibilities – Exercise prudence in the control and transfer of funds. Faithfully read and understand the organization’s financial statements and help the board fulfill its fiduciary responsibility.
Fund Raising – Assist in resource development by implementing fund-raising strategies through personal influence with others.