When Eastman Community Projects (ECP) was founded in November of 2017, Alice Logan, a lifelong resident of Swissvale, was one of the first few people who listened to the idea, asked questions, and offered to help by functioning as ECP’s fiscal sponsor. In many ways, she is the reason ECP has kick started it’s way up so fast with programs already underway. We are eternally grateful.
Alice joined the nonprofit community 23 years ago and currently serves as The Pittsburgh Contingency’s President & Chief Financial Officer, responsible for TPC’s day-to-day-operations, as well as leading the agency’s programs and initiatives.
The Pittsburgh Contingency also acts as a Fiscal Sponsor to any new or existing charitable or grass root organization needing assistance with back office duties such as finance, contract administration or general business oversight while enhancing their programmatic focus including but not limited to charitable, scientific, literary or educational pursuits. Alice started TPC to address a need no longer provided to smaller organizations in respect to their finances and governance. The Contingency assists a wide range of organizations allowing them to fulfill their dreams in delivering services and helping those in need in our communities.
Prior to starting TPC, from December 1993 until March 2013, Alice served as the Hill House Association’s Vice President & Chief Financial Officer, Vice President – Finance & Administration, Director of Finance, Controller and Assistant Controller during her tenure. Before joining Hill House, she worked as the financial head in for-profit businesses in the computer/software development, advertising and travel industries.
She attended Robert Morris College in Pittsburgh majoring in Business Administration and Marketing alives with Robert and her furkids. Alice is an avid reader, equestrian, and continues to train working class German Shepherds.