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Dr. Suzanne Logan heads the U.S. government’s development program for senior leaders as the Director of the Center for Leadership Development and Federal Executive Institute.
Before joining FEI, she served as the Chief Academic Officer for the Spaatz Center for Officer Education and the Chief Academic Officer, Air War College at Air University, Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama. Prior to joining Air University, Logan, was Vice President of Academic Affairs for class.com, a private company formed by the University of Nebraska, where she led curriculum development for a completely Internet-based worldwide academic program.
A seventeen-year academic administrator at Texas Tech University, Logan was the guiding force behind several groundbreaking academic initiatives, including the first virtual public school district in Texas, the university’s first online Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees, and the largest kindergarten through Master’s degree e-learning program in the country. She was one of the first members of Texas Tech’s graduate faculty to teach a course using interactive video instruction and was the first to teach online courses over the worldwide web. She led the Texas Tech to international prominence as a pacesetter in e-learning.
Logan has consulted with organizations ranging from NASA to George Washington University to the government of Columbia. She has written and presented extensively to national and international audiences on the topics of e-learning and lifelong learning, and is a member of a number of professional associations including the Association for the Advancement of International Education, the International Council for Distance Education, and the Association for Psychological Type. Logan is a recipient of the Texas Tech University Distinguished Service Award.
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