Ms. Logan has been a native of Chester PA for over 35 years. She is the daughter of both the late Joseph James Logan Sr. and Jacqueline Juanita Genwright-Logan, the eldest of 3 siblings, and the proud mother of one son, Zion E. Logan.
Ms. Logan attended Chester Upland School District, graduated from Chester High School in 1992, as well as Delaware County School of Computer Training in 1993. Several years later Ms. Logan enrolled in and graduated from the I-LEAD program through Harcum College, with an Associates Degree of Science in Organizational Leadership. Ms. Logan continues to further her education in C.E.C. through the Delaware County Library System in Youth Services.
Ms. Logan is passionate about the Performing Arts as well as Community Empowerment. She has been performing, writing, and serving communities (families, women, youth, and various nonprofit organizations) in a myriad of ways throughout the TriState area for well over 20 years. Ms. Logan has also been dedicated to the Community of Chester as the Head of Youth Services at the J. Lewis Crozer Library for the past 10 years.
Several years ago Ms. Logan envisioned and manifested her own women’s network known as the Phenomenal Women’s Movement Network, which focuses on the empowerment of women, thus empowering families, and communities. In doing so, P.W.M.N. continues to grow its brand by forming healthy collaborations, daily networking, as well as providing exceptional information, programs & events for the direct market served.
Last but not least, Ms. Logan is currently working on a myriad of book projects (1 collaborative and 2 independent), in hopes to inspire and transform the lives of those that may need it the most. She is also playing an effective role in partnering with local businesses and organizations in the City of Chester in hopes to generate more business opportunities, resources, services, and support for ALL parties involved.