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Logan Taylor is a director at Red Cross Philly, a local affiliate of the American Red Cross dedicated to providing humanitarian relief. Logan has been with the organization for more than six years and has been instrumental in developing and executing successful plans to raise awareness about their various programs.

Prior to joining the Red Cross, Logan worked as a social worker in Philadelphia and supporting those with developmental disabilities. He then moved into project management roles at several non-profits before joining the Red Cross. At the Red Cross, Logan has led multiple campaigns, including efforts around disaster preparedness, fundraising, and community outreach. He currently leads their local fundraising committee and has helped raise millions of dollars for their mission-critical work.

In addition to his work at the Red Cross, Logan serves on several boards in Philadelphia – from an affordable housing initiative to a college readiness program – and is passionate about helping vulnerable populations in our region. He graduated from Temple University with a degree in Social Work and brings an impressive background of experience and knowledge to his current role at the Red Cross.

Logan’s dedication to public service is evident through his commitment to working with underserved communities across Philadelphia. He is driven by his passion for helping others and believes that everyone should have access to basic human rights regardless of income or circumstance. He continues to be a leader in our community through his work at the Red Cross Philly and looks forward to continuing this important mission into the future.

Logan also volunteers his time to various organizations, such as Leadership Philadelphia and the United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey. Through these services, he is able to make a direct impact in our community by offering mentorship and guidance to people from all walks of life. He is passionate about being an advocate for those who are often underserved or ignored by society.