Sergina Riboul has served as an active CASA volunteer since graduating from the program in the Fall of 2015. That same year Sergina earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from the University of West Georgia. Ever since her graduation, from the university, she has spent her time volunteering and completing an internship program that afforded her the opportunity to serve delinquent and dependent children in the metro-Atlanta area. In her new position as a volunteer coordinator for CASA of Paulding County, Sergina hopes to mentor the volunteers on her team to better serve their community and fulfill their CASA roles to the best of their abilities. In the future Sergina aspires to earn her Ph.D. in order to better contribute to the development and reform of the juvenile justice system. Other than being a positive voice for the children in her community, Sergina loves to do outdoor activities, i.e. hiking, kayaking, lunch in the park, with her family and friends. She is a devote Christian and a dedicated youth leader at her church.