Kisha Logan is the Manager of the Do Good Accelerator for the Do Good Institute and a key member of the Do Good Campus team. As Do Good Accelerator Manager, Kisha will equip students with the knowledge, skills, and support needed to assess and transform promising student-led social innovation ventures and projects into high-impact nonprofits, social venture businesses, and philanthropic initiatives, as well as expand linkages to the community. She is also responsible for strategic development and deployment of Do Good Accelerator programs.
Kisha has an in-depth understanding in the design and development of facilities and programs that support innovation and community development. She has extensive experience in business development, program coordination and establishing partnership program platforms for entrepreneurs. Her entrepreneurial support knowledge includes exposure to government, corporate and nonprofit sector organizations. Most recently, Kisha served as a manager with the Prince George’s Economic Development Corporation (PGCEDC) where she worked with entrepreneurs to establish and grow their organizations by leveraging county, state and federal incentives. She also managed and led the expansion of the PGCEDC accelerator program geared toward innovative products and services.
Prior to working at PGCEDC, Kisha spent five years in business development and program coordination at the Anne Arundel Economic Development Corporation and its’ incubator program, the Chesapeake Innovation Center.
Kisha holds a Bachelor of Science in Family Science from the University of Maryland.