Meet Our Volunteers

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Caroline Burns, National Social Media Manager
caroline@theprojectheal.org
 

Caroline works as audience development manager at Washingtonian Magazine to grow the publication’s print and digital readership. She earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from James Madison University, where she was a member of the Varsity Women’s Swimming & Diving Team.

Caroline is the national social media manager at Project HEAL, where she oversees campaign execution across all social channels. She also devises strategies to attract and retain audiences, and raise awareness about our organization.

She can often be found working out, hanging out with friends, or searching for the best brunch spots in Washington, DC. Her favorite ice cream flavor is Coconut.

 
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Charlotte Kurz, National Blog Manager
blog@theprojectheal.org

Charlotte is earning a Master's degree in public health from NYU.

At Project HEAL, she is one of the National Blog Managers and a volunteer with the NYC Chapter.

She is passionate about public health, decreasing mental health stigma, and using her voice to create social change. 

Charlotte's favorite ice cream is mint chocolate chip.

 
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Rebecca Pottash, National Blog Manager
rebecca@theprojectheal.org

Rebecca is a law student at Stanford, and one of the National Blog Managers for Project HEAL.  

She is passionate about increasing access to mental health services and eliminating stigma and weight bias.  

Rebecca's favorite ice cream flavor is cookies and cream!

 
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Colleen Werner, National Social Media Manager
colleen.werner@theprojectheal.org
 

Colleen is earning a degree in psychology at SUNY Old Westbury.

She is Project HEAL's National Social Media Manager, specifically focusing on how to use Instagram to promote recovery and raise awareness for the organization.

Colleen can often be found writing, reading, running her Instagram page @leenahlovesherself, or playing with her two adorable Yorkies, Tidbit and Zen. She aspires to earn a PhD in Clinical Psychology, become an eating disorder therapist, and create an eating disorder treatment program for dancers.

Colleen's favorite ice cream flavor is Ben and Jerry's Phish Food.