Logan graduated from Dordt University with a BA in Health and Human Performance, and Theatre Arts. Shortly after, he obtained his Masters from Crown College as a Graduate Assistant in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis in Disaster Management. Throughout his journey Logan has been involved in many Kids Programs. In High school he assisted running baseball, basketball and theatre camps. Logan also has many years of experience Coaching baseball and basketball spanning from grade school to college.
In Logan’s professional experience, he worked for Life Time as a Kids Camp Supervisor and as the Assistant Kids Manger for one of their clubs. At the club he worked with kids on a daily basis ranging from 3 months to 12 years. For summer camp, Logan worked with 40 to 50 kids daily from 8am to 6pm. Every week, Campers would follow a structured activity schedule where they would participate in games, crafts, field trips, free play, and snack!
Logan looks forward to the further development of The Community Campus promoting connection, enrichment, health and safety!!
Elizabeth Reaves directs the Food Lab’s efforts to develop landscape level collaboration for sustainable agriculture in large-scale grain and livestock systems. Having spent the early part of her life on a dairy farm in Vermont, and then later on a large organic vegetable operation, Elizabeth has a deep appreciation for the people and communities whose livelihoods depend on the land and benefit from natural resources and the complex interactions between social-economic systems and the environment. Prior to the Food Lab she worked for the University of Vermont Center for Rural Studies, Trust for Public Land, Donella Meadows Institute, and US Senator Patrick Leahy. Her advanced degrees are in Community Development and Applied Economics from the University of Vermont.