CHICAGO, December 23, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Senior Vice President, People and Culture at the Ounce of Prevention Fund Daphne Logan has been selected for the Board of Directors of the Chicago Access Corporation (CAN TV).
CAN TV is an independent nonprofit established in 1983 as the public’s space on cable television free of commercials, filters, and censors. With five local channels, CAN TV provides a forum for the diversity of people and ideas that reflect Chicago, including voices often excluded from the mainstream media.
Logan is a Human Resources Executive spanning both the not-for-profit and for-profit sectors with years of experience. In her current position at the Ounce of Prevention Fund she leads and creates the people strategy to ensure an engaged staff successfully executes organizational goals in support of the mission. She is experienced with Board interaction and support of various Board committees. She served three terms as Board Chair of the 501(c) Agencies Trust which assists non-profits with their unemployment insurance. As an HR consultant, she provides general human resources consulting to help non-profit organizations recruit, engage and invest in top talent. Previously, she worked at Feeding America as Senior Vice President of Human Resources for nearly twenty years.
Logan was elected to the CAN TV Board of Directors under the leadership of CAN TV Board Chair Levi Moore.
A complete listing of CAN TV’s Board of Directors is available at: cantv.org/board
In addition to providing online streaming and on-demand content, CAN TV operates five local community-centric public access cable television channels, offering Chicagoans non-commercial opportunities to exercise freedom of speech and expression by providing technical training, audio-visual equipment, studio facilities, and programming opportunities on our public access television channels. In doing so we develop and promote maximum public awareness of, usage of, and involvement in television for cultural, educational, health, social service, civic, community, and other nonprofit purposes.
Source: CAN TV