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Phoenix Hires Donald Logan as Equal Opportunity DirectorPhoenix Hires Donald Logan as Equal Opportunity Director<div class="ExternalClass99E904C6ABC8489194001C68296D48FD"><p>Donald Logan has been named Phoenix Equal Opportunity Director by City Manager, Ed Zuercher, following a national recruitment. Logan has nearly 35 years of experience in the public and private sectors, including ten years as the Director of Diversity in Scottsdale. Most recently he served as President of Don Logan & Associates. His consulting practice was responsible for conducting training and investigations in diversity, as well as mediation, team building and harassment. </p><p>"We are excited to have Don Logan lead the city's Equal Opportunity Team," said Zuercher. "His experience in bringing communities together will significantly complement Phoenix's continued efforts in strengthening diversity, ensuring that all our residents and employees are treated fairly."</p><p>Logan also worked as Diversity Administrator for the City of Glendale for three years. While in Glendale, he was responsible for helping to implement several initiatives including community outreach and training, as well as cultural celebrations for the community. </p><p>Logan served in multiple positions with the City of Scottsdale for the majority of his career. As the Director of the Office of Diversity and Dialogue, he worked closely with city staff and the community to cultivate important relationships. Logan also acted as a catalyst in designing and implementing citywide diversity initiatives and served on the Employee Relations Team where he was responsible for conducting complex EEOC investigations and hearings. Logan also developed training workshops to educate staff and residents about diversity. Logan also served as Executive Assistant to the City Manager, Development Services Manager and a variety of other positions. </p><p>Logan grew up in south Phoenix and continues to be very active in the community, serving on several boards and commissions including: Community Celebrating Diversity, Arizona Hate Crime, Governor Napolitano's African-American Council, Scottsdale LINKS, Hispanic Connexiones, Chandler Human Relations and the Community Excellence Project. </p><p>Logan starts at the city of Phoenix on June 29.</p></div>6/8/2015 11:00:00 PMTammy Vo602-261-8980