For 30 years, Lone Star CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) has worked to provide our courts with the information needed to act in the best interests of abused and neglected children in Rockwall and Kaufman Counties, and to ensure that they’re placed in safe, permanent homes as quickly as possible.

Lone Star CASA
Serving Rockwall and Kaufman Counties

The Lone Star CASA Team

Support for our wonderful volunteers and our community comes from our passionate and dedicated staff.

Rockwall Location:

Lauren Rowe

Executive Director

My name is Lauren Rowe and I am the Executive Director of Lone Star CASA. I have the privilege of overseeing the organization, raising awareness and increasing funding to provide the volunteers and staff the tools they need to ensure the kids we serve are taken care of and find a safe and healthy home. I started in November 2019 with the organization but have spent my career in non-profit, specifically organizations that served victims or children. I have truly enjoyed my time at CASA and getting to know all those that are passionate about this organization and the role we play in protecting abused and neglected children in our community. I am married to Brian and we have two young girls, London and Laurel. My favorite thing to do to relax is cooking in the kitchen. I love food and love preparing it.

Elizabeth Mosman

Program Manager

My name is Elizabeth Mosman and I am the Program Manager at Lone Star CASA. I have worked in child welfare for over 15 years and during this time I worked with child placing agencies and residential programs serving youth who have experienced abuse and/or neglect. I currently live in Rockwall with my husband and two daughters. Outside of the office, I enjoy being with my family watching our favorite sports teams, trying new restaurants, and spending time at the pool or the lake.

Beth Yturri Development Manager

Beth Yturri

Development Manager

My name is Beth Yturri and I am the Development Manager at Lone Star CASA. In recent years, I have had the opportunity to serve in arts nonprofits, working in community outreach and educational programs, special events, and fundraising. Prior to my time spent working in nonprofits, I worked in public schools as an art educator for seven years. I am pleased to be returning to serve kids, now working to ensure the financial well-being of Lone Star CASA so that we can continue to fulfill our mission of serving and protecting children who have experienced abuse and/or neglect in Rockwall and Kaufman counties. In my free time, I am an artist who enjoys painting and creating pottery. I also have a passion for gardening and voter registration.

Tahj Walker

Casework Supervisor

My name is Tahj Walker, and I serve as a Child Advocacy Specialist with Lone Star CASA. I previously worked as a Child Protective Investigator with the Department of Family and Protective Services and centered my legal studies around child abuse victimization, domestic violence concerns and avenues to reach at-risk communities in need of additional resources. During my down time, I teach my 2-year-old daughter about Dallas Cowboys fandom, and we sing melodies constantly (I did A Cappella Choir in high school and college). I also enjoy cooking numerous cuisines and taking road trips to see family in various parts of the country.

Lindsay Brosin

Child Advocacy Specialist

My name is Lindsay Brosin, and I serve as a Child Advocacy Specialist with Lone Star CASA. I received a Master of Science in Human Development and Early Childhood Disorders from The University of Texas at Dallas and have previously worked as an ECI Intervention Specialist and high school FASE teacher in Wylie ISD. Outside of the office, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, and serving the Wylie ISD community through Wylie Way outreach events.

Kaufman Location:

Barbara Henderson

Volunteer Specialist

Hi, I’m Barbara Henderson and have been involved with CASA since 2018 a volunteer and 2019 as a staff member. As of 2022, I began my role as Volunteer Specialist. My husband and I have lived in Kaufman County for many years and I am currently working with several other non-profits in the county as well. I serve on the board of directors for Hidden Acres, a Christian Retreat Center and am a facilitator for a young women’s group in the Still Waters organization. I am married and have 4 children and 6 grandchildren. In my spare time, I teach online management courses at Dallas College and Indiana Wesleyan University. I love to grow/garden and travel.

Christine Hoffmeyer

Casework Supervisor

Chris Hoffmeyer: I became a volunteer in the spring of 2009 and came on staff as a Casework Supervisor in September, 2017. I thoroughly enjoy all my interactions with all our wonderful volunteers. I have eight grandchildren that I love spending time with and spoiling.