Volunteers

Volunteers

Zach Wein

Zach Wein, a Pittsburgh native, is committed to growing the outreach of Lead in the city of Pittsburgh and throughout western Pennsylvania. Zach is dedicated to ending the stigma around depression and anxiety as it effects him and so many of his family & friends on a daily basis.

Nathan Moss

Nathan started volunteering with LEAD in 2015.  His contributions have included updating the LEAD Pittsburgh website, attending LEAD events, researching topics for site posts, and other in-house administrative support activities.  Nathan is a college freshman whose interests include, statistics, math, and self-improvement. 

Zersha MunirLEAD Pittsburgh volunteer, 2016

Devoted to promoting mental health wellness, Zersha aims to diminish the negative stigma associated with depression by increasing awareness and treatment of mental health conditions.

Sam Ehrlich

Sam is an incoming Master’s in Social Work student at the University of Pittsburgh. Though she currently resides in McCandless, she is originally from New Jersey. Sam wants people to know that mental health problems can affect anyone at any time in their life. Some people experience it for a shorter time while others have to manage these issues for their whole lives. Either way, through hard work and support from others, you can ultimately lead a happy life.