CASA Program Director
As the 4th Judicial District Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Program Director, Maggie Thompson oversees the program’s day-to-day operations. Maggie was hired in 2019 as the CASA Advocate Supervisor and she worked directly with the Program Director, supervised the Advocate Coordinators, developed standard operating procedures, oversaw Elmore County cases and Guardians, and developed in-house continuing education for volunteers. Maggie moved into her role as CASA Program Director in March of 2022.
Maggie has more than 20 years’ experience working with volunteers and has earned her certification in Volunteer Administration. She is a graduate of West Liberty State College where she earned her BA in English and is a graduate of Emory University where she earned her Master of Divinity from the Candler School of Theology.
Maggie was raised in California, went to college in West Virginia, attended graduate school in Georgia, worked in Texas, and now calls Idaho home. When she is not working, she and her husband are avid gardener’s and enjoy spending time in the dirt growing as many fruits, vegetables, and flowers as possible.