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Virginia A. Logan

Virginia A. Logan

Virginia A. Logan became the executive director of the Brandywine Conservancy & Museum of Art in January 2012. She brings business acumen and leadership skills sharpened in both the corporate and nonprofit worlds. Her executive experience in the nonprofit sector includes nearly a decade on the board of directors of the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale, including seven years as chairman leading a key period of strategic planning and advancement. Ms. Logan is a member of the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance board and has served Lafayette College in a number of key committee and leadership roles including chairing the Lafayette Annual Fund.

During her 25-year career at Sunoco, Inc., a Fortune 100 company, Ms. Logan held a variety of roles. She led a large segment of the company’s franchised retail marketing business, with profit and loss responsibility, through a decade of sustained growth and profitability. In addition to many years overseeing a commercial law practice group, her last post with the company was managing a public affairs organization including communications, corporate philanthropy, government affairs, and community relations.

Ms. Logan holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in English from Lafayette College and a Juris Doctor degree from the Villanova University School of Law.