KEARNEY — Margot Icenogle-Larsen is the new executive director of the Kearney/Buffalo County CASA program.

A Kearney native, she has been a CASA supervisor since 2014. CASA advocates for abused and neglected children involved in the court system.

A 2003 University of Nebraska at Kearney criminal justice graduate, Icenogle-Larsen began her career at Girls and Boys Town in Grand Island.

In 2005, she joined the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services as a child protection and safety worker and served on the Health and Human Services Abuse and Neglect Hotline.

In 2010, Icenogle-Larsen entered the private sector providing family visitation supervision, family support services and drug testing.

Contact CASA at 308-865-5675 ext. 115 or email

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