As a Warren County native, Melissa returned to the area in 2004. She has been working for the Warren County School District (WCSD) 21st Century after-school program as a Social Emotional Learning Counselor. She continues to serve in her role as the Vice President of the Youngsville Eagle Instrumental Boosters.
Prior to her employment with WCSD, she served as a Community Health Educator for Adagio Health. She provided Evidence-Based Programming in eight counties on topics such as sexual health, life skills, and drug awareness. In addition to her work at Adagio Health, she provided services as a Tobacco Cessation Provider through the Northwest Tobacco Control Program.
Melissa is excited to bring her experience and passion for helping children and youth to CASA of Warren and Forest Counties.
Kim Corey, Chair
Kelli Knapp, Co-Chair
Kelli lives in Warren and has worked at the Warren Public Library for eleven years, serving as Director for
five, and has a Master’s degree in Library Science.
When she became more involved in the community, she reached out to CASA, an organization that touched her heart. She took the 30-hour CASA training in 2016 and was set to be sworn in as an Advocate when life got in the way and she felt that she couldn’t commit a sufficient amount of time to a child in her care. She had to back out as a volunteer advocate, but a couple of years later was asked to join the Advisory Committee. She believes whole-heartedly in the CASA organization and its mission and fully supports Executive Director Melissa Sproveri and the Advisory Committee.
“We are fortunate to have a local CASA organization in Warren County and I am proud to be a part of
Mike Montecalvo, Treasurer
Assistant Vice President -Business Banker at Northwest Bank.
Alyssa Renninger, Secretary