Jennifer Alleva

Managing Partner, Your Part Time Controller, LLC 

Jennifer joined the Your Part-Time Controller, LLC (YPTC) in 2003 as an Associate and was made Partner in 2007 and Managing Partner in 2017. As Managing Partner, Jennifer is responsible for all operations as well as vision for growth to new markets and service lines. Very importantly, Jen is the “Chief YPTC Culture Ambassador” ensuring a positive work environment for all staff and high-quality services for all clients. She is very proud that Your Part-Time Controller was voted a “Best Place to Work” over 10 times. Jennifer also was selected as a winner for the 2015 Philadelphia SmartCEO Brava Awards.

Jen is a subject matter expert in nonprofit accounting and leadership. Part of her personal mission and the mission of YPTC is to educate Executive Directors and Board members on nonprofit financial management issues and best practices. She is often asked to speak on important topics in this space. From 2011-2016, Jen served as an adjunct professor at the University of Pennsylvania Fels Institute. Upon graduation from the Boston College Carroll School of Management with a BS in accounting, she worked for Arthur Andersen, LLP for eight years specializing in audits and business consulting in the financial services and nonprofit industries. Jennifer has also held positions as Chief Financial Officer for Equity National Bank and Treasurer of Susquehanna Bancshares East, Vice President of Accounting and Finance for Marlin Leasing, and served as “Part-Time Controller” for several privately-owned companies.

In 2017, Jen founded and lead the development of the “Women in Nonprofit Leadership Conference” in Philadelphia. This conference sold-out all three years since inception and in 2019, hosted more than 400 participants. The goal of the Women in Nonprofit Leadership Conference is to bring together women leaders and aspiring women leaders of Philadelphia-area nonprofits to engage in discussions about relevant nonprofit issues and foster meaningful relationships that last beyond the event.

Jen serves several nonprofits as a volunteer and Board member. She is a South Jersey Impact100 member, raises funds and awareness for Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, and has been Treasurer of the Board for Catholic Partnership Schools in Camden since 2012. Jen has been married to her husband David for thirty years and they have three children, Christina, Natalie, and David. She resides in Southampton, NJ.Jen has been married to her husband David for thirty years and they have three children, Christina, Natalie, and David. She resides in Southampton, NJ.