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.
Originally from Milford Pennsylvania, Crothers migrated to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area to attend The University of Scranton. After graduating, she joined the family auto business and continued there for 13 years before discovering CASA of Luzerne County.
"The participation and support of this organization inspires me every day and I look forward to being a part of its community-strengthening mission."
Crothers resides in Moosic with her husband, Layne, and two children, Ariana and Gavin.
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.