Logan Jalil

Brown-skin Southeast/South Asian male with shorter black hair and bangs, wearing a black blazer, a black button-up dress shirt underneath, and a red tie with gold Chinese dragons on it.

Pronouns: He/Him

Originally from Atlanta, GA, Logan Jalil is a recent Political Science & Asian Studies graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, TN. During his time there, he developed leadership experience in several organizations that promoted civil engagement, diversity, equity, and inclusivity (DEI), and advocacy. He is very passionate about extending DEI conversations to accessibility, as well as the intersections of disability and racial marginalization. In addition, he has an interest towards urban development and public transportation through an accessible lens. Through the internship, Logan hopes to keep promoting these conversations both on a larger platform and in a professional setting. After college, he intends to go graduate school, work in the field of public policy, and eventually become a professor.