Logan McCulloch brings more than 25 years of experience as a non-profit executive, board member and volunteer to his role as a consultant. Specializing in strategic fund development, public relations and advocacy, board development, and leadership coaching, Logan offers a diverse set of skills and experiences to our clients. After serving in the military, he worked for a number of years as an executive specializing in strategic project management in the banking industry before moving to the non-profit sector. He held leadership positions with Metro United Way, the Muhammad Ali Center, The Nature Conservancy, and most recently was the Chief Development Officer for the Kentuckiana Region of the American Red Cross. He has helped create, coordinate and lead integrated fund development programs, annual and capital campaigns, strategic special events and corporate partnerships that have generated almost 200 million dollars for mission services.
Logan’s strengths include:
- Strategic Fund Development – analysis, assessment, design, planning, implementation and process improvement of integrated financial developments programs
- Coaching and Leadership Development – including oral, written and interpersonal communication skills, team building and priority management
- Marketing and Public Advocacy – creating and communicating a compelling case for support and partnership via appropriate high touch and high tech channels
- Strategic Board Design and Development – designing and creating intentional Board leadership cultures, Board trainings, strategic Board recruitment and Staff/Board relations
Logan is a graduate of the University of Louisville with a BSBA majoring in Finance, and also attended graduate school at U of L studying modern European and American History. He served as a Board Member for The Council on Developmental Disabilities, chaired the Marketing and Fund Development Committee and has been a mentor in the Council’s Faith in Action program since 2002. An avid backpacker and wilderness advocate, he is currently working with the Appalachian Trail Conservancy to produce a series of educational videos about preventing and responding to Tick-Borne Diseases (TBD’s).
After recovering from a long battle with chronic Lyme disease, in 2013 Logan combined his professional experience with his love of the outdoors and spent five months backpacking the 2,000+ mile Appalachian Trail to raise awareness of the fastest growing epidemic in America. In 2015 he completed a 4,100+ mile cross-country journey via foot and bicycle – a project he calls his Trek For Truth. Click here to view a WLKY 32 news segment about this adventure.