LOGAN'S

STORY

Logan Endow was raised in the Northwood neighborhood of Baltimore City and is the son of a Baltimore City Public School educator. He was educated at the Friends School of Baltimore for middle school, the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School. Logan transferred to Dunbar the Spring Semester Junior Year to graduate from high school early and took an accelerated course load from Stanford to graduate from college in 3 years to earn a B.A in Sociology at age 19. He continued his studies at the London School of Economics, where he earned his Masters’ in International Health Policy.

Logan Endow
returned to Baltimore and has spent the past decade working on violence prevention and epidemic control. After researching youth violence prevention at Johns Hopkins and working with Safe Streets and Holistic Life Foundation to reduce violence, Logan traveled to Liberia to work on domestic violence prevention with the Lutheran Church of Liberia. When the Ebola outbreak hit, he joined the response and led a contact tracing team in Liberia’s most violent township. He currently works on Baltimore’s COVID-19 response.

Logan Endow continues to be a constant presence in the community and is committed to grassroots leadership and empowerment. Logan’s advocacy spans from his teenage years working with Baltimore Algebra Project to his continued advocacy for educational equity and community safety.

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