Aciukewicz is a graduate of Gettysburg College and the Dickinson School of Law. He has been a practicing attorney in Luzerne County since 1984. Aciukewicz resides in Trucksville with his wife, Beth. They are the parents of three sons: Josh, 29; Zach, 26; and Aaron, 22.
After spending more than a decade working as a professional journalist, Sarah Mulé joined CASA of Luzerne County in October 2017. Having grown up in South Florida, Mulé moved to Northeast Pennsylvania in 2012 and is humbled to be part of an organization dedicated to giving a voice to children in need.
Kimberlee C. Runnion
Kimberlee Runnion joined CASA of Luzerne County in October 2016 after serving as a speech and debate coach for Lafayette College since 2012. She holds a Master of Arts degree from Southern Illinois University in Speech Communication with an emphasis in Health Communication and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Webster University in Speech Communication Studies with a minor in Public Relations. As a former CASA volunteer, Runnion has witnessed the power of community advocates and looks forward to training, supporting, and empowering the advocates of CASA of Luzerne County.
Shannon is a 2014 graduate of Misericordia University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Government, Law and National Security. After graduation, Shannon received a position at the Luzerne County Child Advocacy Center as a Forensic Interviewer, which allowed her the opportunity to work with the children of Luzerne County during some of their hardest times. In 2016, Shannon moved on to a Caseworker for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bridge, where she found her passion for helping community members become mentors to children in need of extra support and guidance. Shannon joined CASA of Luzerne County as an Advocate Coordinator in 2017. Shannon has seen how proper mentoring and support can change a child’s life and is excited to be a part of that process through CASA.