Karen Logan named Chamber Executive Director

Posted on December 12, 2017 10:42 PM

Logan County Chamber of Commerce President King Simpson announced Tuesday that the Chamber’s Board of Directors has unanimously confirmed Karen Logan as the new Executive Director. Karen begins her duties immediately.

Karen has served as Interim Director of the Chamber since Aug. 31 of this year. She also served as the Chamber’s Executive Assistant beginning April 2016.

Karen came to the Chamber with an extensive history in office and financial management. Karen was previously employed at Lifeway Christian Resources of Nashville, Southern Baptist Convention of Nashville, and Robert E. Allison, DMD of Russellville, among others. She also has experience as a business owner.

She is a Certified Toastmaster. She attended Austin Peay State University and continues job related courses online.

In her position as Executive Director, she will continue serving Logan County as a member of the Russellville Rotary Club, member of the Logan County Fair Board, and as an Ex-Officio member of the LEAD Board.

Karen has been married to Charlie Logan for nearly 14 years. They live with their three children in Russellville and are members of Dripping Spring Baptist Church in Olmstead.

2017 Chamber President King Simpson said, "We are very excited for Karen to officially take over in this role. She embodies the passion for community and willingness to serve that are such a vital part of the identity of the Logan County Chamber of Commerce.

"Karen has already shared with us several of her plans to make the Chamber even more beneficial to our members and our county. We look forward to her leadership as we continue to improve our organization."

Logan stated, “Getting to know and serve the great people that make up our Chamber Board, our outstanding volunteers, our hard-working local business owners and employees, and the community itself…this has been the most rewarding job I have ever had, and I am proud to be serving this community through the Logan County Chamber of Commerce.”


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