Natasha Delaney has always had an interest in working with children and families. Upon graduating high school, she enrolled in Jefferson Community College for Human Services and later transitioned to Early Childhood Education. She has now re-entered the Human Services program through Empire State College and is anticipating graduating with her bachelor’s degree. Natasha entered the non-profit world first as a volunteer through the Watertown Urban Mission at a young age which sparked an interest in working with families in need. In April of 2017, Natasha was hired as the Resolution Center of Jefferson and Lewis Counties Program/Administrative Assistant. She transitioned in February of 2019 to Program Coordinator for the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA)and Family Visitation Programs (FVP). Natasha is not only trained in conflict resolution, but is a mediator certified under NYS Unified Court System standards for basic mediation, custody/visitation, child support, and soon to be school truancy matters. She trains volunteers through the National CASA curriculum that includes: the well-being of a child, trauma, professional communication, substance abuse, domestic violence, cultural competency, education advocacy, LGBTQ youth, etc.