Staff

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 29 years. They have two grown children, Brock and Karli.

 

Lisa Terry - Director of Donor Relations and Resource Development

Lisa Terry, former City of Logansport Parks Administrator, and the former Northern Indiana Community Foundation and Cass County Community Foundation executive director was hired recently at  the United Way of Cass County. (UW) Lisa has over 40 years of non profit management experience.  She will serve as the donor and resource development director at UW. She is currently a member of the Cass Co Arts Alliance and a regional rep for the Tippecanoe Arts Federation. She volunteers for Women Giving Together in Monticello and CDC Resources, Inc. She  currently serves as the Cass County Bicentennial Coordinator, organizing locally the 200th birthday celebration for the State of Indiana.

 

Chelsea Epp - Director of Impact Strategies and Community Investment; Director of Cass County Reading Railroad

Chelsea Epp graduated from Olivet Nazarene University in 2013, with a bachelor's degree in Mass Communications: Multimedia Studies.  She continued her education at ONU and received her master's degree in Organizational Leadership in 2015.  Chelsea has a diverse background working with non-profit groups and has developed skills in videography, marketing, social media, and event planning. Chelsea has experience volunteering in the mission field as well as in many youth organizations. She is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve in Cass County through United Way.  Chelsea is originally from southern Illinois and enjoys playing tennis, crocheting, baking/cooking, and being outside with her husband, Jordan, and their two Brittany spaniels, Danner and Barkley.