Proudly serving Westmoreland County and the surrounding areas since 1948!

WCBA is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization led by a volunteer Board of Directors and a talented staff. WCBA is dedicated to improving productivity, independence and quality of life for sight impaired, intellectually, and physically challenged individuals.

WCBA Board of Directors

  • Frank Farrell
  • Kelly Cervi
  • Anthony Bompiani, Chairman
  • Kris Douglas, 1st Vice Chair
  • Eric Bononi, 2nd Vice Chair
  • Emily Gindlesperger
  • Wayne Doyle, Secretary
  • Janie Mahla
  • Mark Tintori
  • Doug Bailey, Treasurer
  • Elyse McLaughlin


Executive Director
Tim Miller

Director of Programs
Don Tasser


Program Specialist
Judy Lonergan

Program Manager
Lisa Loughner

Program Specialist
Adam Bartlow

WAC Production Manager
Karen Booley

HR Coordinator
Rebecca Labuda

Manufacturing Department
Deann Wallbaum

Life Skills Caseworker
Jason Lohr

SS Caseworker (Indiana County)
Mariann McGee

Low Vision Coordinator
Jill Weimer

ATF Supervisor
Dean Miller

Executive Assistant
Amy Patz

Laurie Blend

Accounting Clerk
Shari Rause

Compliance Officer
Deann Wallbaum

Employment Opportunities

Working at WCBA provides employment opportunities that are rewarding, both professionally and personally. If you are interested in working with people, have a desire to make a contribution to the community and want to gain and develop skills to advance your career, consider joining our team.

We are currently hiring.

Direct Care Worker
Currently seeking a Direct Care Worker to provide general support and supervision to individuals with multiple disabilities and visually impaired clients of the WCBA.

High school education or GED equivalent. One to three years of experience working with individuals with disabilities. Learn more.

Volunteer – Front Desk
WCBA is seeking volunteers to answer telephones and direct visitors in our lobby area Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Volunteer – Vision Screenings
WCBA is seeking volunteers to conduct vision screenings with Pre-K children throughout the year.  We visit local pre-schools and day care centers and conduct a fun, game like vision screening and educational programs for children 3 to 5 years of age.

Please complete the contact form below and indicate the position you’re interested in within the “message” field. Then submit the WCBA EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION or resume to:

911 South Main Street
Greensburg, PA 15601

Attn: Rebecca Labuda
Human Resource Supervisor

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ISO 9001:2015 Certification

“Right the first time” is our goal, ISO is the pathway.
ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) is the world’s largest developer of voluntary international business standards. For businesses, ISO strategies offer operation optimization resulting in cost savings; improved product quality and thus, greater customer satisfaction.

In 2010, the Westmoreland County Blind Association became ISO 9001:2015 certified. Management and staff of the WCBA are committed to following the set of standards set forth by ISO in an effort to meet the objectives of exceeding customer expectations and continually improving performance. WCBA has successfully completed its ISO 9001:2015 recertification each year.

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WCBA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER Westmoreland County Blind Association, as a non-profit organization and employer, does not discriminate against any individual on account of race, color, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, disability, gender identity, status as a veteran, or any other unlawful basis. This policy is applicable to all employment activity, all human resource matters inherent in the employer/employee relationship, and all educational programs.

In implementing this policy, all employment applications are welcomed. Hiring decisions are based upon qualifications, skills, ability, and organizational fit; all employment practices and educational programs are guided by applicable labor agreements and federal/state laws and regulations.