I am most comfortable working with kids. I have a compassionate drive to make a difference in a child's life. I come from a long line of life of people who love to make an impact. My sister and mother are both teachers, and my other sister owns a daycare, so kids are a part of our family's DNA. When I heard about CASA and what they do to stand in the gaps for kids in need, I felt God nudging me to give my time and talents to help. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and currently work for a local school district as their contract Special Education Counselor. I began volunteering with CASA in the Fall of 2019 and my eyes began to open to the needs of the children in our area. I am foremost a wife of 17 years and a mom to two terrific kiddos. We live in China, Texas and spend most of our time together outside playing basketball, fishing, tumbling in the yard, or just visiting on the front porch. I enjoy going to CrossFit, singing, coffee, and mostly, being with family. CASA has enriched my life to see the difference we can all make in every child's life and I appreciate the opportunity.My name is Brooke Landry and I am from Port Neches, Texas. After graduating from PNG in
2015, I earned my Bachelor’s in Psychology and the Business Foundations Certificate from the
University of Texas at Austin. While in Austin, I developed a passion for mental health and
volunteer work. I am currently the Community Engagement Coordinator at Samaritan
Counseling Center of Southeast Texas. This role has allowed me to learn about the non-profit
sector in Southeast Texas and develop a better understanding of the needs of our community.
I have also been a CASA for about a year now and began serving to help give a voice to the
children in the Foster Care system. I am forever thankful for CASA and their commitment to serving the children of Southeast Texas.