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As President & CEO of the Alamance Chamber, Reagan is focused on leading the Chamber as a connector for businesses, a convener of people, and a champion for business and industry. Reagan has been with the Chamber for 12 years, providing support for the Chamber team in specific areas of leadership development, investor engagement, Investor recruitment and retention, and economic development. Reagan is a graduate of Alamance Community College and holds a Certificate in Nonprofit Organizations Management from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Institute for Organization Management at the University of Georgia. She serves on the Carolina Association for Chamber of Commerce Executives Board of Directors; was a 2017 Little Pink Houses of Hope Dancing with the Stars participant; in 2021 she was named as a 40 under 40 leader for the Triad Business Journal; she is also the 2021 recipient of the Alamance Community College Distinguished Alumni of the Year Award and was most recently named a 2023 Outstanding Woman in Business by the Triad Business Journal. Reagan spends her leisure time watching her son, Chandler play baseball, spending time at the coast, and as much time as she can with family and friends.
Kelly is the Chamber’s Senior Director of Investor Engagement and has been at the Chamber for seven years. In addition to focusing on investor development and programming, she is responsible for the development and execution of the Chamber’s communication strategies. These include digital content, email marketing, and social media management. Kelly holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Studies with a Minor in English from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She is a graduate of the Leadership Alamance Class of 2017 and a graduate from the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Organization Management Southeast Class of 2022. Kelly is a current participant in the Leadership Institute Class of 2023, through Impact Alamance. Outside work, she enjoys being outdoors (when it’s warm), traveling, reading and spending time with her family and friends.
Logan joined the Chamber in 2021 as Director of Leadership Development & Education Partnerships. She creates and facilitates leadership development programming, such as Leadership Alamance, Alamance Youth Leadership Academy, and the Community Leaders’ Retreat; and education initiatives, including Tuesday Tours for Teachers, Teacher of the Year, and Education Council. Logan works to connect professionals and students to opportunities. A native of Alamance County, Logan was a North Carolina Teaching Fellow at UNC Chapel Hill, majoring in English and Communication, and she earned a Master of Arts in Teaching from Duke University. Logan has previously taught English and Musical Theater to high school students in Durham, represented authors of young adult literature as a literary agent with the Gernert Company in New York, and most recently served as the Executive Assistant to the President and Liaison to the Board of Trustees at Alamance Community College, where she was also an adjunct in the English Department. Logan serves on the Library Committee for Alamance County, participates in racial justice initiatives in the community, and enjoys traveling, reading, hiking, and spending time with her husband and son.
Kevin is the Director of Economic Development Projects for the Chamber. In this role, he is responsible for the management of economic development projects. He works with new and existing businesses as they seek to grow their company in Alamance County and provide new opportunities of employment. In addition, he oversees the Chamber’s Workforce Council and the existing industry program of work, Access Growth. Prior to joining the Chamber team in 2022, Kevin served in a variety of roles at the Summerville/Dorchester County Chamber in South Carolina over a 7-year tenure. Kevin holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Economics from Wofford College and is a graduate of the South Carolina Economic Development Association’s Institute. Outside of work, he enjoys woodworking and spending time in the outdoors with his wife Abigail & their Alaskan Malamute Ted.