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SBA Michigan District Director Constance Logan Named Vice Chair of Detroit Federal Executive Board

Release Date: 
Thursday, October 29, 2020
Constance Logan,

DETROIT – The U.S. Small Business Administration’s Michigan District Director Constance Logan has been named vice chair of the Detroit Federal Executive Board, which serves federal agencies and their 33,000 employees in southeast Michigan, focusing on emergency preparedness, employee safety and security, workforce development and support, and strategic partnerships.

“I am excited to work with Connie Logan as vice chair of the Detroit FEB,” Detroit FEB Chair Mike Polsinelli shared. “I have worked with Connie in our respective roles as state directors of SBA and HUD to promote our federal programs in the community and look forward to now working with her to promote the Detroit FEB’s programs to our federal customers.”

Logan was appointed to the vice chair position by her federal peers and will serve a one-year term through Sept. 30, 2021. In this position, she is responsible for presiding at FEB meetings in the absence of the chair and shall succeed him in case of vacancy. She also will represent the chair when he is not available to attend events. The chair can also request that the vice chair take on other responsibilities.

“Connie’s breadth of experience across several federal agencies provides a solid foundation for serving her fellow federal employees in southeast Michigan,” SBA Great Lakes Regional Administrator Rob Scott said. “I congratulate her on being appointed to this federal leadership role in Michigan and, per their election of her, know her peers are eager to see her contributions to the Detroit FEB.”

For nearly 25 years, Logan has served in various roles throughout the U.S. government at the Department of Defense, Environmental Protection Agency and the SBA. Currently, as SBA’s Michigan district director, she implements the federal agency’s programs and services throughout Michigan’s 83 counties. She also oversees the SBA’s resource partners in the state, including 11 regional Small Business Development Centers, seven SCORE Chapters, three Women’s Business Centers, a Veteran’s Business Outreach Center and six micro-lenders.

SBA’s Michigan District is one of the federal agency’s 68 offices across the nation that works to ensure entrepreneurs and small business owners have access to capital, counseling and contracting resources, helping them to recover, start, grow and expand, as well as contribute to job creation and economic development throughout the country. 


About the U.S. Small Business Administration

The U.S. Small Business Administration makes the American dream of business ownership a reality. As the only go-to resource and voice for small businesses backed by the strength of the federal government, the SBA empowers entrepreneurs and small business owners with the resources and support they need to start and grow their businesses. It delivers services to people through an extensive network of SBA field offices and partnerships with public and private organizations. To learn more, visit