Kelcie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies with an emphasis in Public Relations from Fort Hays State University. Most of her background is in higher education, including on-campus housing, college and career advising, and financial aid. Throughout previous work experiences, she encountered situations where individuals had experienced varying levels of trauma, including homelessness, sexual assault, poverty, intimate partner violence, stalking, students whose parents left one day and never came back, and more. She has a passion for helping people, and advocating for what is best for each individual as opposed to implementing a “one size fits all” approach. She believes it is critical to individualize our approach as we help people thrive and become their definition of success.
Melissa (Missi) Iasillo started working with CASA as a Volunteer. She is one of our longest-serving volunteers. She is also our Volunteer Coordinator. Missi has an incredibly generous heart and likes to stay busy, working at her church, with CASA, coordinating a Cat Packs program, and being a realtor! She truly does it all! We greatly appreciate her experience, positivity, and go-getter attitude.