Logan Nevonen brings years of experience working as a communications strategist for electoral campaigns, political groups, and non-profits both nationally and internationally. Her expertise is in partnering with organizations to analyze their audiences and communication channels, develop strategic goals, and execute plans that inspire action.
During the 2014 election cycle, Logan began her mission to elect more women to leadership positions through her work at Maggie’s List, a U.S. political action committee dedicated to increasing the number of conservative women elected to federal office.
Since then, Logan went on to serve as a Delegate to the International Congress of Parliamentary Women’s Caucuses where she helped to adopt the Dublin Declaration, a proposal for action on women in politics around the world. Additionally, Logan was invited to share her research about the essential role political parties play in facilitating the engagement and recruitment of women into politics at the U.K. Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham, England. There, she provided key recommendations that address barriers to women’s equal political participation globally.
During the 2016 presidential election cycle, Logan was elected as an Alternate Delegate to the Republican National Convention where she also served as the National Ambassador for IGNITE, an organization that builds political ambition in young women.
Logan currently serves as the Director of Voter Engagement on Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s campaign and volunteers her time on the Dallas County Leadership Council at ReflectUS, a non-partisan organization working to advance women’s political participation locally. Previously, Logan worked at Murphy Nasica and Associates in the Creative Department and at the Dallas County Republican Party as the Communications Director.
A Texas native, Logan holds a Master of Arts in International Relations from the University of Westminster, along with a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Mary’s College in Political Science and International Peace Studies from the University of Notre Dame.