Children who have never done anything wrong but have been dealt a bad hand in life will now have an even more capable ally. Count on it!
Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) June 15, 2015
The Justice Project today announced that Michael Piraino has joined the organization as Senior Advisor. Mr. Piraino recently retired as CEO of the National CASA Association after 21 years of service.
Piraino brings with him over 35 years of experience advocating for abused and neglected children and foster youth. He holds a law degree from Cornell University and a Masters from Oxford University. Piraino will work with Justice Project Founder Noah benShea to design and implement innovative new approaches to promoting the well-being of at risk children and current and former foster youth.
“The Justice Project is deeply honored and strengthened in our efforts on behalf of abused and neglected children to have a colleague of Michael Piraino’s character, vision, and experience,” said Executive Director, Noah benShea. “In an unjust world we look to making a just difference, together. Children who have never done anything wrong but have been dealt a bad hand in life will now have an even more capable ally. Count on it!”
The Justice Project is a proactive platform for just causes, systematically engaging in educational, economic, environmental and social justice issues.