Chris Armstrong - Executive Director
Before joining United Way of Cass County, Chris was the Community Development Director for the City of Logansport. She has worked in non-profit management as Director of Operations for Peak Community Services and Executive Director of Big Brother Big Sisters of Cass County. Chris has experience working in the community with businesses, non-profits, and government, as well as fundraising, public relations and marketing. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Trine University. She has served on numerous boards and committees including the Steering Committee for the College Success Coalition of Cass County, Past Board Chair of Logansport-Cass Chamber of Commerce Board, Past Chair of Logansport Noon Kiwanis Board, Past Chair of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cass County Board, Past Chair of Tourism Board among others. “I love helping people and being a part of the community!” Married to Gary for 30 years. They have two grown children, Brock and Karli.
Jim Price - Director of Development
Married, father of four daughters, and have lived in Cass County for 23 years. Two education degrees and one administrative degree from Ball State. Spent 35 years as a public school educator, coach, and administrator. Worked in private sector for over ten years, the last seven years as the Executive Director of the Grissom Air Museum.
Kailin Bauman - Director of Impact
Originally from Fort Wayne, Kailin moved to Logansport in 2012 after graduating from Manchester College where she obtained a Bachelors of Science in Communications and a minor in Business. Kailin has worked within the community at both Anytime Fitness of Logansport and Logansport Community School Corporation. Kailin married Bill Bauman in November 2016. In her spare time, Kailin is an avid runner, a member of the Confluence Running Club and starting the 2018 season, will be an assistant coach to the Logansport High School Girls Cross Country Team. About her position, Kailin says she is so "excited to give back to the community that welcomed her with open arms."