Meet Our Staff
Cary Love is the Volunteer Coordinator with Norfolk CASA, where she first started as a volunteer in April, 2018. Before coming to CASA, Cary worked as the Coordinated Crisis Response Program Director with the YWCA. She has also worked at the HER Shelter in Portsmouth as well as People Against Rape in Charleston, SC. Cary has her BA in Journalism from Temple University and her MPH from the University of Florida.
Roxie A. Hoven
Roxie Hoven began her family violence prevention career in 1995 as an advocate for victims in the greater Seattle area. Relocating to Norfolk in 2002, she worked in a variety of non-profit capacities before transitioning from her position as the Assistant Executive Director of the YWCA South Hampton Roads to Norfolk CASA’s Executive Director in 2012. She is a proud ODU Alumnus, Kaufman Honoree and past board member of ODU’s Friend’s of Women’s Studies. She served as the Chair for City of Norfolk’s Continuum of Care for Homelessness in 2010-11 and has created transitional housing and outreach programs throughout our community for children and families in need. She currently sits on Champions for Children Hampton Roads’ No Hit Zone Steering Committee, ODU’s Human Services Advisory Council, and The LGBT Life Center’s Board of Directors.
A graduate of Mills College in Oakland, CA, Olivia has worked in non-profits for the past several years. Her primary experience is in the fields of animal welfare/rights and child advocacy. She started volunteering for Norfolk CASA in 2015 and was thrilled to join the staff a few months later. Olivia trains and supervises over 20 CASA volunteers, and stays busy trying to recruit more child advocates. Olivia also volunteers as a community mentor and is a former foster parent.