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Jocelyn Logan-Friend, Ph.D.
Dr. Logan-Friend is an Education Strategist with over 15 years of experience working in the education industry supporting schools, school networks and State Departments of Education with program execution and continuous improvement. She has served as a former teacher, coordinator, school leader, program specialist, and education strategist.
During her tenure at the US Department of Education, Dr. Logan-Friend was responsible for facilitating the collaboration of multiple offices within the Department to ensure coordinated monitoring and technical assistance to State Departments of Education. Most notably, she led and executed the administration’s efforts to identify and address significant disproportionality and disproportionate representation in schools across the nation. These efforts led to increased awareness of diversity, equity and inclusion, and implementation of multiple, evidence-based programs designed to eliminate disproportionality and disproportionate representation.
A native of Washington, D.C., Dr. Logan-Friend holds a Doctorate in Special Education with a focus on applied neuroscience from The George Washington University - Graduate School of Education and Human Development.