Meet Our Volunteers
Colleen Werner, National Social Media Manager
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.
Jennilee Bradley, National Social Media Manager
Jennilee is earning a degree in Psychology from Rowan University.
At Project HEAL, Jennilee manages the Twitter account.
She can often be found anywhere in nature, probably hiking, reading psychology books, novels, or poetry, or at a coffee shop drinking iced tea.
Jennilee's favorite ice cream flavor is (gluten free) cake batter or vanilla.
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.
Crystal Campoverde, National Blog Manager
Having walked through her journey of recovery from anorexia, Crystal is incredibly grateful for her Project HEAL family and honored to manage the blog. As a feminist, she is unequivocally committed to ensure that Project HEAL blog provides those in recovery "epistemic authority" in a safe space. That is, the blog positions those in recovery in an empowering position to generate knowledge claims, through their writing, to speak authentically about their lived experience. She believes vulnerability through blogging encourages others in their healing to lead a fulfilling, redemptive life.
In May 2014, she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Harvard University Extension and in May 2019, she graduated with a Masters degree in Teaching Elementary Education from Rollins College. She teaches Kindergarten (her first passion) and is a certified yoga teacher. She currently resides in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Crystal's favorite quote is “I am not my sister’s keeper. I am my sister. When my sister hurts, I hurt. When my sister heals, I heal.” — Spiritual leader Iyalana Vanzant
Grayson Mask, National Finance Volunteer
Grayson is a recent finance graduate from the University of North Texas.
As the National Finance Volunteer, Grayson is excited to bring his financial and strategic skills to a national scale with Project HEAL.
Grayson struggled with anxiety in his early teens and felt like he couldn’t easily interact with large audience. He decided that he wanted to make a change give back to his community which eventually led to him joining the Project HEAL family.
He has experience at interning at Fortune 500 companies, holding seats in large student organizations and complete finance projects for nonprofit organizations through the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Grayson’s favorite ice cream flavor is Cinnamon.