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NABWIC TALKS With Lyra Logan - Harvard Lawyer About Stem

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Lyra Logan is Executive Vice President & General Counsel of the Florida Education Fund (FEF), a non-profit that creates and implements educational programs for underrepresented groups. In addition to handling legal matters, Logan is FEF's web applications and database developer and directs FEF's pre-college programs, which include after school and summer STEM camps for Florida middle and high school students. Logan developed and helps design curricula for an expanding strand of those camps known as CodeMasters, where undeserved youth learn computer programming and computational thinking within the contexts of robotics, game design, web design, and mobile app development and also prepare to earn tech certifications. Logan trains instructors to teach curricula developed or selected for FEF programs, empowering them to later teach even more students to code at high-needs Florida schools during the regular school year. Logan is a certified Perl, JavaScript and Database Design Specialist and holds graduate certificates in Instructional Technology: Web Design and in Online Teaching and Learning. She earned her B.A. from Fisk University and J.D. from Harvard. Earlier this year, Logan was named a Business Woman of the Year by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

 

Ersula Odom www.sulatoo.com

Lyra Logan logan@fefonline.org for additional information.

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