Tonya Ruble-Richter, Executive Director
Tonya volunteered as a CASA for Voices for Children for 4 years prior to joining our Board of Directors and then eventually becoming the Executive Director. She has sixteen years experience working and volunteering directly with families and children, along with 13 years of sales & recruiting experience.
After achieving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology with a focus on Child Development and Family Studies from Miami University of Ohio, Tonya completed a Master of Science in Education School Counseling and attended Xavier University's Graduate School of Business.
Tonya is serving her second year on the Policy and Certification Committee and her third year on the Legislative and PR Committee for the Indiana State Office of GAL/CASA.
Aubrey McClure, Program Coordinator
Aubrey has been with Voices for Children since December 2015 and has a passion for helping the hurting children in our communities. In addition to her current position at Voices, she has experience working and volunteering in several facets in the community to help effect change in the lives of others. In addition to her work as Program Coordinator, Aubrey also serves as a CASA directly on cases.
Aubrey obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Cultural Anthropology from Hanover College. She and her husband are currently adopting their child from the foster care system.
Brittany Watson, Volunteer Coordinator
Brittany has been with Voices for Children since December, 2016. As a Jefferson County native, Brittany also has a passion for bettering her community by serving its most vulnerable citizens. She is currently the coordinator responsible for supervising all Ripley County volunteers as well as being a CASA to several children who are currently in the social welfare system.
Brittany has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University Southeast and resides in Hanover with her husband and children.
Whitney Rutherford, Volunteer Coordinator
Whitney first came to Voices for Children as a CASA volunteer in February of 2016. Since that time, she has also become a part-time bookkeeper for the program and then moved into the role of full-time Volunteer Coordinator for Jefferson County. Whitney continues to serve as a CASA for her own cases as well.
As another Madison native, Whitney was drawn to the organization by her interest in helping children in need in our community.