Sterling accepted her first case in September 2015 and immediately began logging miles. Her case involves parents located in Borger and Fritch with the children living in a placement in Hereford. If this weren't enough traveling, court hearings are held in the city of Panhandle! Undaunted, Sterling makes all of hercontacts each and every month and has made genuine bonds with the children. The biological mother on her case is currently incarcerated, and Sterling maintains contact with her through written correspondence. Sterling has diligently researched relatives in the event that a contingency placement is needed. All of her efforts have earned praise from both the Department and court for how beneficial her insights have been.
Sterling works full time as well as attends school full time, and she manages to excel in every area. She truly is a remarkable young woman and a definite asset to CASA.
Thank you, Sterling, and congratulations!