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 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 31 years. They have two grown children. Brock is a graduate of Manchester University and is in the United States Air Force. Karli is a recent graduate of Purdue University with a degree in Psychology.



Peggy Scott - Director of Impact

Before joining United Way of Cass County, Peggy was a teacher with the Logansport School Corporation for 36 1/2 years.  During her teaching career she was involved with the Reading Railroad program by participating with Business Partners, first grade library visits, the backpack program, and teaching BegindergartenTM.  Her love of these programs is what drove her to this United Way position.  "Having a second career helping children and being involved in this community is a blessing."  Peggy is a graduate of Lewis Cass High School and Indiana University.  She has been married to Rick for 37 years.  They have two grown daughters.  Abby married to Pete Lundy and Natalie married to Garrett Baldini.  They have two grandchildren Izzy and Graeme.




Krysten Hinkle - Director of Development

Before joining United Way of Cass County, Krysten was the project coordinator for the Pulaski County Community Development Commission. She has worked in non-profit management and higher education at Four County Counseling and Ivy Tech Community College and has experience on numerous boards and committees, both in Pulaski and Cass Counties. “I’m excited to be back in Cass County as a small part of the remarkable work being done here.” Krysten is a graduate of Winamac High School, Ball State University, and Indiana University Kokomo. She enjoys spending her time with her husband of 13 years, Rick, and their seven-year-old son, Rocco.