Sr.Executive Vice President
|Philadelphia Regional Office
Bryan Ulishney is the Senior Executive Vice President of Finance and Organizational Operations at A Second Chance, Inc. (ASCI). He graduated from Saint Vincent College with a Bachelor in Accounting, obtained an MBA from the University of Pittsburgh, Katz Graduate School of Business, and is a licensed Pennsylvania Certified Public Accountant. He has also received a certificate in Payroll Administration from Robert Morris University, and a certificate from attending and completing the University of Pittsburgh Executive Leadership Academy program.
In 1995, Mr. Ulishney joined ASCI as their first in-house fiscal manager. He brought experience as an auditor from a then “big-8” accounting firm and as the Assistant Controller for a private educational institution. His initial role brought the accounting function in-house and then he fully developed the accounting department, establishing policies and procedures, budgeting and review processes, cash management protocols, internal controls and other related accounting functions that are still integrally used today.
As a dynamic organization that quickly grew and changed, he continually accepted new roles and responsibilities, which has ultimately led him to his current leadership position. In addition to his accounting and financial role, he is also responsible for providing leadership and oversight to the following operational departments: Human Relations, Business Technology Services, Communications and Development, General Services and Facility Management and Family Support and Transportation. In sum,he and his great team members are responsible for all operational functions of the organization, ensuring that all program departments have the necessary tools and infrastructure to accomplish the organization’s mission for children and families.
With the demand for kinship services, he is also part of the national strategic expansion team. This team answers the needs and requests of other jurisdictions across the country who seek to learn and re-tool their systems to embrace the benefits and better outcomes of offering kinship services in their programming.