We recently welcomed four new members to our Board of Directors: Page Hall, Tim Hornback, Aaron Lundberg and Beth St. Paul.
“We are honored that Page, Tim, Aaron and Beth have chosen to bring their time and expertise to Texas CASA, and welcome their strategic leadership as we work to create a safe, positive future for all Texas children,” said Texas CASA CEO Vicki Spriggs.
Meet our new board members below!
In August of 1996, Page Hall became the Executive Director of CASA of the Coastal Bend. She helped the program grow from a staff of 3 to 13, and from a volunteer team of 25 to 149, serving 532 children. Under her direction, the program has steadily increased its profit margin and assets including the purchase of its current location. A second building onsite has been renovated and now has 5,000 square feet of office space, including a children’s room exclusively for volunteer/child visits. The program is completely debt free and holds assets in excess of $1.5M.
As a former CPS Specialist for DFPS, Page has extensive experience interviewing children and adults, dealing with sexual abuse issues, testifying in court and public speaking. She holds an undergraduate degree in English from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and brings 30 years’ experience in the field of child abuse and neglect.
Tim Hornback is the Executive Director for Golden Crescent CASA. Tim enjoys nonprofit management and helping to create effective organizations to better communities.
He earned an MBA from Loyola University – New Orleans and focused his studies on nonprofit management. He has enjoyed serving on numerous organizational boards in the arts, historical preservation and community organization.
Aaron Lundberg, MSW
Aaron Lundberg specializes in the study and prevention of sexual abuse in organizational settings. With a BS in Psychology and an MS in Social Work, Aaron has conducted extensive research in the etiology, scope and prevention of abuse within organizations. He has assessed, analyzed and consulted on hundreds of cases of sexual and physical abuse within a wide range of organizations, including residential treatment centers, foster care organizations, schools, universities, health care agencies, churches, childcare centers, camps and municipalities. He has trained thousands of adults including administrators, CEOs and Board of Directors on their role in preventing abuse within their organization.
In addition to overseeing operations at Praesidium USA and Chile, he currently advises leadership of large-scale human service organizations, insurance carriers and foundations across the U.S. and abroad on the latest trends in abuse prevention. Aaron currently serves as an advisor on the Boys and Girls Clubs of America National Child Safety Advisory Task Force and the YMCA CEO Champions for Child Protection.
Beth St. Paul
Beth St. Paul is an owner of her own financial services practice affiliated with New York Life. Before her financial services career, Beth worked in a variety of operations and sales roles in the software and personal care services industries. Beth began her career in the cable television industry working on the sales and marketing teams for CNBC, FUSE and XY.tv television networks, managing clients such as AT&T, Spectrum, Comcast and DirecTV.
After living in New York and Los Angeles, Beth moved to Austin in 2008 from her hometown of New Orleans. Here in Austin, Beth met her wife, Shannon, and they enjoy the great life Austin offers with their twin 6-year-old sons. Beth is a graduate from the University of New Orleans and has completed continuing education programs at New York University, Harvard and Notre Dame.