Yolo County CASA Staff


Executive Director

Tracy Fauver, tfauver@yolocasa.org

Tracy Fauver has been the Executive Director of Yolo County CASA since 2011.  She was a CASA volunteer for three years before that.  Tracy also spent twenty years working as an advocate for the homeless in Davis, Washington DC, Boston, and New Haven Connecticut.  Tracy's husband, Alborz Alali, is an oncologist and hematologist at the Woodland Clinic.  They have two teenaged daughters - Mina, who is studying at Berklee College of Music in Boston, and Julia, who attends the Davis School for Independent Study.

Program Manager
Jen Boschee-Danzer , jbdanzer@yolocasa.org

Jen joined the CASA staff in January of 2015.  She received her Master’s degree in Sociology from UC Davis and worked with families in crisis prior to joining the CASA staff.  Jen is passionate about the value of volunteerism and in her free time serves as a youth soccer coach and on the board of a youth soccer organization.  When she’s not on the soccer pitch, she likes to hike and enjoy live music.  A native Oregonian, she can also be found cheering passionately for her alma mater, the University of Oregon.  Go Ducks!  


Administrative Assistant 

            Bonnie Berman, bonnieb@yolocasa.org

Bonnie Berman is our administrative assistant… you may be greeted by her as you visit the office or call in. She is a graduate of UC Davis and a long-time Yolo County resident.  Bonnie chose to work at Yolo County CASA because she understands and values the important work Yolo CASA performs.  With a love for Yolo County she gives back in many ways by delivering meals through Meals on Wheels and bread for Davis Community Meals.  She is also a Yolo County Master Gardener… you might run into her staffing a Farmer's Market table or leading a gardening workshop.  In her free time, she plays soccer and enjoys time with her family and her dog.




Advocate Supervisor

Samantha Smith, ssmith@yolocasa.org

Samantha Smith is an Advocate Supervisor for Yolo County CASA. She provides support, education, and assistance to all CASA volunteers. She also ensures that all court reports are submitted on time and in compliance. Prior to her position at Yolo County CASA, Samantha worked as a research assistant at a consulting firm, helping clients better understand the impact of their programs through strategic planning, research and evaluation design, data collection and analysis, and technical assistance. Samantha holds a Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Sonoma State University, and a Master’s degree in public health from UC Davis. She is particularly interested in reproductive health and justice. She lives in Sacramento with her fiance and dog. In her free time, you can find Samantha playing sports, traveling, reading, or indulging in good food and wine.



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