Empowering business and Community.
President & CEO
Sean Logan is a distinguished leader in both the public and private sectors. Since his appointment as President of the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce in November 2014, Mr. Logan has helped to enhance the Chamber’s services and resources, enabling local businesses to thrive. Mr. Logan is also the Executive Director and C.E.O of Visit Monroeville, a position he has held since January 2013. Prior to his appointment as Executive Director/C.E.O., Sean served for many years as the President of the Visit Monroeville Board of Directors. In his current role with MACC and Visit Monroeville, Mr. Logan oversees the management consolidation of both organizations, helping to streamline operations and increase efficiency.
In February 2017, Pa State Senate Democratic Leader Jay Costa appointed Sean to a two-year term as a Commissioner on the Pa Gaming Control Board. This appointment was a testament to Mr. Logan’s extensive experience in government and his proven leadership skills. Before his appointment to the Gaming Control Board, Mr. Logan served as a three-term Pa State Senator representing the 45th Senatorial District in parts of Allegheny and Westmoreland counties. During his tenure in the state Senate, Mr. Logan held leadership positions including caucus secretary of the Senate Democratic Caucus, minority chairman of the Law and Justice Committee, member of the Appropriations Committee, and vice-chairman of the PHEAA Board of Directors.
In addition to his government work, Mr. Logan has held leadership positions in various organizations. In June 2013, Mr. Logan was nominated by Governor Tom Corbett and unanimously confirmed by the Pennsylvania State Senate as a Commissioner on the Pa Turnpike Commission. Governor Tom Wolf named Logan Chairman of the Pa Turnpike Commission in January of 2015. Sean currently serves as the Chairman of the UPMC East and the UPMC McKeesport Board of Directors.
Mr. Logan’s commitment to public service and his community is evident through his extensive record of accomplishments. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Pittsburgh and resides in Plum Borough with his wife Shannon and his two children Ella and Regan. With his leadership skills and experience, Mr. Logan is dedicated to serving the Monroeville community and helping it thrive.
Director of Sales, Marketing & Events
Amy Capcara is the Director of Sales, Marketing & Events at Visit Monroeville and the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC). Amy has been with Visit Monroeville since 2010, where she has been instrumental in attracting business and leisure travelers to the area. Amy currently serves on the board of the Monroeville Finance Authority as the Assistant Secretary/Treasurer.
Amy has always been an active MACC member and volunteer, but began her official role in January 2023. She is looking forward to growing events and enhancing many of MACC’s wonderful programs!
Amy’s primary responsibilities at Visit Monroeville include developing and executing sales and marketing plans to promote the destination to various target markets. She works closely with local hotels, restaurants, and businesses to help generate revenue and promote the area’s attractions. In addition, Amy implemented and oversees the VM Sports program, which promotes and supports sporting events in Monroeville. The program helps create jobs, stimulate local economic growth, and provide a positive image for the region. Amy currently serves as the Vice Chairman of PA Sports. PA Sports works to attract and host international, national, regional, and local sporting events in order to showcase Pennsylvania as a viable sports event destination, fostering economic development and enriching the quality of life in the Commonwealth.
Amy’s extensive experience in sales and marketing, combined with her passion for promoting Monroeville, makes her an invaluable asset to both Visit Monroeville and MACC. She has been recognized for her outstanding contributions to the community and is a respected leader in the area. In her free time, Amy enjoys spending time with her family, cooking (with a good glass of wine), and being outside.
Director of Finance Operations
Christine Schnelbach was hired as Bookkeeper of the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce in February of 2005, promoted to Office Manager in August of 2007, and promoted to Vice President, Director of Finance & Operations in 2012. Mrs. Schnelbach is engaged in the daily operations of the chamber. She is responsible for maintaining all of the financial records of the Chamber, including Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and all reporting functions, as well as maintaining the membership database.
Mrs. Schnelbach brought a strong business and networking background with her. After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, with concentrations in accounting and finance, from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mrs. Schnelbach worked for eleven years as a National Bank Examiner for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC). She evaluated the financial strength of nationally chartered banks with assets ranging from $10 million to $1 billion. During her tenure with the OCC, not only did she review the quality and soundness of bank assets and asset/liability management practices, she assisted in the development of a national program of compliance review. Mrs. Schnelbach instructed other bank examiners on implementing compliance review procedures, and acted as the Community Outreach Liaison with members of bank management teams and boards of directors.She then started her own business, Wedding Weavers, a full-service bridal consultation and planning firm, which she owned and operated for six years. During that time, she was deeply involved in several networking organizations, serving as State Coordinator of one, and Speakers’ Bureau Chair of another. She also authored major portions of a popular local wedding planner publication.
After selling Wedding Weavers, Mrs. Schnelbach worked for a local design firm which specialized in window treatments and soft goods. In addition to maintaining all accounting and financial records, Mrs. Schnelbach acted as Project Manager for large health care, commercial and hospitality clients, assisting in the design process and implementation of the design.
Mrs. Schnelbach, who was raised in Monroeville, has been married to her husband Bob for 30 years. They have one adult daughter, Samantha Rathjen.
Tammy Gary is a dedicated Membership Coordinator at the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce in Pennsylvania. She has been an active member of the Monroeville business community for over two decades. Tammy is known for her exceptional leadership skills, and her commitment to building strong relationships with clients.
Tammy started her business, Ad Specialties of Pittsburgh, in 1993. The company provides promotional products to businesses and organizations in the Pittsburgh area. In 1995, Tammy joined the MACC as a member and quickly became involved in the organization’s activities. She has served on the membership committee since 1996 and was appointed to the Board of Directors in 2014. She spent six years on the Board, including one year as the Chair.
Tammy’s hard work and dedication to the MACC did not go unnoticed. In January 2023, she was officially welcomed as the Membership Coordinator. Tammy is now responsible for managing the membership base, developing relationships with new members, and is responsible for welcoming new members, ribbon cuttings, weekly MORE meetings, and ensuring all members receive the benefits of being part of the Chamber of Commerce.
When she’s not working, Tammy enjoys hanging out with her friends at Anthony’s, reading, and spoiling her cat. Tammy’s dedication to her work and passion for her community make her an invaluable asset to the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce.