Logan serves as an expansion consultant for the recently restarted Kappa Epsilon chapter at the University of Washington. Logan serves as a resource and guide to the new chapter and their alumni, helping to restart the various practices and functions necessary of a thriving fraternity. Furthermore, Logan lives on site in order to better facilitate the chapter’s growth and success. Logan also serves as a chapter consultant for chapters throughout the United States and Canada and offers support to members, with a specific emphasis on chartering and growth.
Before working at the international headquarters, Logan was actively involved with his home chapter, Delta Kappa – University of Pennsylvania, and his university’s Greek community in general. Logan served as social chair for three years during his time as an undergraduate, and also participated in greater Greek Life through his role as the Vice President of Administration and Finance for the IFC, an Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life Ambassador, an OFSL Rising Leader, and a founding member of the DKE International Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access Committee. Logan’s contributions to the Greek community led to his receiving the Greek Legacy Award upon graduation. Logan is deeply passionate about Greek Life and student life, and wrote his thesis on student life and social capital. Logan believes that all chapters have the ability to succeed if provided the correct resources and support.