Evelyn Logan

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Evelyn Logan is a transformational leader whose passion is to make ideas happen through relationship building and strategic planning. She is intuitive to the needs of an organization and works to develop and execute programs that position an organization for growth. Evelyn is not only transformational in her thought process; she is also inspirational to those she leads. Evelyn has successful overseen patient experience and advocacy programs over the past 10 years by creating and implementing key strategic initiatives and programs within acute care settings. She has spearheaded major organizational transition projects, managed $6.3 million-dollar budgets and provided education and training to over 4,000 healthcare professionals. Evelyn has also been an entrepreneur; she founded a marketing firm in 2006 that provided research and marketing services to small businesses and nonprofits. Evelyn began her career working for non-profit organizations, namely The Point of Light Institute where she managed national recognition programs for The White House. Evelyn is an avid volunteer with nearly 25 years of providing her time and resources to various programs including fundraising, mentoring, tutoring, health-related events, providing meals for the homeless, participating in literacy programs and educating school-aged children on economics and creativity. Evelyn is continuously inspired by organizations and programs that consistently improve the quality of life for our children. Evelyn is currently working on her PhD in Health Services from Walden University. She received her MBA from Mercer University, Bachelor of Art from University of Maryland University College and Bachelor of Science from University of South Florida. Evelyn is a member of the International Business Fraternity of Delta Sigma Pi, The National Society of Success and Leadership (Sigma Alpha Pi), Golden Key International Honour Society, American Public Health Association and a manager for the U12 Washington Capital United Football Club.

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Saturday: 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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E: info@chesapeakearts.org

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194 Hammonds Lane
Brooklyn Park, MD 21225

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