Fresh out of college, Logan joined the KRC team in the Fall of 2013 and plays a supportive role on a broad range of KRC projects. She performs a variety of tasks including online research, community outreach, timeline and list development and office management.
Logan brings a passion for social justice issues and a commitment to working for social change. She previously interned for The Center for Judicial Excellence in the Summer of 2011, where she helped raise awareness about the crisis in the nation’s family courts. Logan also worked as a mentor/tutor with the San Rafael-based nonprofit Dynamic Solutions for Youth, and she served as a tutor at Martin Luther King, Jr. Academy to promote the academic success of students who were at risk of not graduating.
Throughout her academic career, Logan conducted many research projects exploring an array of social issues. Her research interests include juvenile justice, restorative justice, violence against women, and racial inequality. As a result of her academic research addressing the positive capacity of restorative justice-based programs as an alternative to punitive disciplinary policies, Logan is particularly committed to reforming inadequate school disciplinary policies that create a “school-to-prison pipeline.”
Logan received her B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013. She currently lives in Mill Valley, where she is active with a broad range of community activities.
LinkedIn: Logan Begneaud