As the Program Director for Friends of the Children – Utah, Logan Meyers strives to enrich the community through meaningful youth and family programming. During his time as a public school educator, Logan witnessed the value of mentorship and how positive influence and support can help a child discover their unique talents, develop meaningful goals, and thrive in a way that complements their ambitions. He is an enthusiastic leader who enjoys working on professional teams with altruistic minds and loves teaching and interacting with students of all ages. As a constructivist educator, Logan creates meaningful learning environments that allow children to learn through real, practical experiences. He is also passionate about college access and believes everyone can find their community in higher education – Logan worked for the University of Utah for a number of years, providing historically underrepresented K-12 students with meaningful college exploration experiences. Logan attended Utah Valley University where he earned a degree in Secondary Art Education, along with a Utah State Teaching License. He is currently pursuing a Master of Public Administration at the U of U. When he’s able to find free time, Logan loves to paint, travel, and watch live music.