Survivor Support Network: Members

The following community members have completed all training necessary to join the Survivor Support Network.  We thank all members for their support of Pitt survivors.






Justine Eicker


Psychology, Center for Parents and Children

I am here for you and I believe you. Your feelings and experiences are valid, and you deserve to heal.

Lexie Elliot


Office of Cross Cultural and Leadership Development

We believe you. You are courageous. Please know you are supported.

Oscar Enriquez


MFA and Graduate Instructor, Department of English

No matter how weird it gets, I promise you are not alone.

Marylou Gramm


Faculty Member, English Department

I support all survivors on Pitt's campus for the special vision that we share about the journey to healing and helping others feel safe, believed, and understood.

Chad Jurica


Disabilities Specialist, Disability Resources & Services

You Are Not Alone. I am here to help, listen and provide you with resources.

Megan Kappel


Faculty Member, English Department; Assistant Dean, Arts & Sciences and CGS

When you seek to be heard, when you seek kindness and strength and solidarity, come to me. I will listen to you, I will believe you, and I will help you find the resources you may need. And if you aren't sure what you need, that's okay, too. That's why I'm here.

Mark Kramer


Senior Lecturer, English Department

I've seen survivor's heal and thrive, through the help of caring community. I am here for you and want to support you.

Hayley Landers


Staff, Office of Residence Life

I am here for you and I stand with you.  You are not alone and you deserve support.

Sarah Moore


DSAS Advising Center, Academic Advisor

You are loved, this was not your fault, and there are many people here to support you.

Dana Nowlin-Russell


Lecturer, English Department

I am here to listen, support, validate and link you to whatever help you need.  Please do not hesitate to reach out.  You are never alone.

Carolina Rosario Mozee


Resident Director, Residence Life

It gets better, I promise

Ashley Shafer


Psychology in Education Graduate Student, School of Education

I believe you. I stand with you.

Jessica Townsend


Pre-Award Administrator, Department of Medicine, Research Administration

It is not your fault, and your feelings are valid.  I am here for you.  You are not alone.

Cayla Turner


Resident Director, Office of Residence Life

If you remember nothing else, please remember this: you are not alone.

*A note about the Responsible Employee Program:
Members of the Survivor’s Support Network are still considered responsible employees and will continue to have a duty to report disclosures of sexual misconduct to the Title IX Office.