Jamie Wright


Ms. Wright comes to Child Advocates of Placer County with a passion for Donor Cultivation and unique enthusiasm for fundraising. When she was in training to become a CASA, Don Kleinfelder stopped by the class to introduce himself and, half-jokingly, he asked if anyone in the group loved fundraising. Jamie’s hand shot up and they soon had a conversation about the future of Development at CAPC. Drawing from her background in non-profit writing and social media management, Jamie hopes to tell the poignant story of our work online and to build new pathways for partnership with our generous supporters.

“As a CASA and a Be Bold Partner, I’ve seen the difference it makes when we come alongside the most vulnerable kids in our community as they navigate a complicated, often scary, juvenile dependency or justice system. Understandably, not everyone can be a volunteer, but through financial contributions everyone can be part of the team that makes a CASA possible. It’s an honor for me to publicly celebrate the ongoing success of the children and families we serve, to champion our hard-working volunteers, and to thank our generous donors.”