Fiscal Officers Committee

The Fiscal Officers Committee meets to assist PAR members’ fiscal officers in understanding state fiscal reporting laws, billing procedures, reimbursement procedures and ever-evolving regulatory issues. This group meets regularly with the Office of Developmental Programs (ODP) financial and program directors and provides valuable feedback to the state regarding rules, regulations, program initiatives, and fiscal impacts. While the focus is for fiscal officers, any PAR member is welcome to come.

 

Kris Saylor, Co-Chair

Chief Financial Officer 
Keystone Human Services, Inc.
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Kris Saylor, Chief Financial Officer, leads the Finance Department at Keystone Human Services where she has worked for 11 years.  Upon joining Keystone in 2010 as the Regional Finance Manager, her role was to act as a liaison between Operations and Corporate Finance in understanding the services provided, fiscal impact, and funding models.  In January 2018, she was promoted to Chief Financial Officer.  Prior to joining Keystone, she spent her career in the for-profit arena and with a Regional Accounting Firm in the Harrisburg area.  She graduated from Elizabethtown College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and most recently served as Board Director for Central Dauphin School District and Community Aid.

 

Chris Elliot, Co-Chair

Vice President of Finance 
Barber National Institute
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One could easily imagine the Elliott Family crest framed in ribbons of adding machine tape. Chris, his three brothers, and his father are all accountants. More than that, however, he credits hard work, a willingness to learn, and the support of others for elevating him to a leadership role with one of Erie’s largest nonprofits.

Chris has been with the Barber National Institute for over 8 years and his current role is the Vice President of Finance. Prior to histime at BNI, he spent 4 years in public accounting where he earned his CPA license. He graduated from Penn State Behrend with a bachelor’s degree in Accounting.

He is most proud of raising his young family, two sons and a daughter, with his wife and for being selected in Erie’s 40 under 40 class of 2020.