Bobby Cagle, the Man to Care for L.A.’s Most Vulnerable
“In the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains lies Graham County, North Carolina, with its four traffic lights, 9,000 or so residents and miles of country road.
It was in this tiny place that Bobby Cagle, the youthful new director of Los Angeles County’s foster care system – the largest in the nation – was adopted as a baby, grew up and started his fast rise as a leader in the fraught world of public child welfare.
It was also here, on a cold winter day in 2002 …. read the story