Educator Impact Manager
Logan was born and raised in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He has a B.A. in History with a Minor in English from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, and Masters in Educational Administration from Grand Canyon University. Logan is a former school teacher, dean, and assistant principal who has served communities from Louisiana, California, and most recently Georgia.
During his 9 years in the public education system, Logan saw each day how much of a struggle it was for his students with learning differences. Not only did he notice the difficulties these students faced, but teachers were also struggling just to meet the social-emotional and academic needs of their students with learning differences. With a passion for school redesign, Logan worked hard each day to develop deep personal relationships with his students and create new and innovative strategies to improve the academic outcomes of all students.
He found his efforts were successful with some, but once again saw he needed to be even more intentional with his students with learning differences. Recognizing that things need to change, Logan believes that all students should have access to equitable education, and more importantly, schools must prioritize the needs of students with learning differences through intentional planning, teacher development, and social-emotional development and support.
In his spare time, Logan is an avid crossfitter and fisherman who enjoys staying active and being outdoors.