Leadership

ALICEANNE FROST

Chief Executive Officer

AliceAnne Frost is the Chief Executive Officer of The PROGRAM, “It’s About Change”, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, located in Harrisburg and York, PA, dedicated to providing resources and encouragement to men and women returning home from incarceration. The PROGRAM’s mission is to ensure that any man or woman leaving incarceration knows that The PROGRAM is the place to find the help they need, either through its services or it’s collaborators.  

AliceAnne holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting from York College of Pennsylvania and was a former public accountant. AliceAnne not only brings with her a vast knowledge of nonprofit operations and financial expertise but has a passion for the mission of The PROGRAM, “It’s About Change”.  

AliceAnne serves on many community Boards, coalitions and initiatives involved with actively engaging and helping returning citizens reintegrate back into society. She is the Board President of the Capital Region-Offender Support Coalition (Harrisburg, PA), the Chair of York County Reentry Coalition’s Mentoring Committee and on the leadership council of CARD (Community Action for Reentry and Diversion) of York County. She is also a Board Member of Affordable Housing Advocates and Keystone Kidspace in York, PA.  

AliceAnne is currently pursuing her Master’s in Criminal Justice with hopes of one day helping reform criminal justice policies that will bridge gaps between the criminal justice system and the community.  

AliceAnne is a proud York City resident and elected official. She is currently serving her second term as the York City Controller. In her free time, AliceAnne can be found reading or spending time with her 3-year-old daughter Aubrey, her husband Justin, and their extended family.


ALEXIS GOSIK

Director of Operations

Alexis Gosik is a 2007 graduate of Shippensburg University, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work. During her senior year at Shippensburg, she completed an internship at the State Correctional Institution at Camp Hill which ignited her interested in the criminal justice field. Since graduating, she has remained involved in the criminal justice and reentry fields in the Harrisburg area. She has served as a Corrections Counselor, Acting Center Director, Acting Contract Facility Coordinator and Business Process Expert for the PA Department of Corrections; as the Program Director for Gaudenzia Siena House D&A (a long-term, inpatient drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility for men involved with the state criminal justice system); and, currently, as the Director of Operations for The Program, It’s About Change. She believes that it is the mission of The Program to support reentrants as they return to our communities; celebrating small victories along the way, paving the road for their incredible successes.