Wallace Hamilton is a Community Activist and Organizer with experience in grants research, development, monitoring and reporting; much of which was obtained in Los Angeles, California as a Legislative Analyst for the L.A. City Council.  He also served as Executive Assistant to the City Manager of the City of Compton, CA and assisted nationally in development of major projects as staff for the National Conference of Black Mayors in Washington, DC.  He has served as Treasurer of the Pennsylvania Interfaith Impact Network (PIIN) and a member of the Executive Board of PIIN.  Wallace is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity and is a member of 1 Pennsylvania (1PAI), a social action agency. His current focus is directed towards improving the plight of the community where he lives and worships. Wallace is proud of his 20-year residency in the Homewood area of Pittsburgh, where he has set roots.  He is a long-term volunteer with the Food Pantry of BTCC.  Wallace was recently certified in Drug and Rehabilitation Counseling. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice from Long Beach State University.