Douglas Logan
DG 2008-09
Doug was born in Vancouver, grew up in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia and Ottawa, Ontario, making him a genuine “pan-Canadian”.  He graduated from Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario.  He is married to Gloria, who is also a Rotarian.  Doug and Gloria are lucky enough to be able to live on the same beach where Doug celebrated his first birthday.  They have four children and two grandchildren.
Doug joined the Rotary Club of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia in 1998.  His Rotary service has included club secretary, club president, club service Director, chair of various committees and 2005 District 7820 Convention co-chair.  He has led the development of District 7820's first Strategic Plan.  The New Glasgow club recognized his and Gloria's contributions to Rotary by presenting them with Paul Harris Hellowships in 2004.
Doug has more than twenty five years experience in management and consulting and has worked successfully in senior leadership positions with a variety of businesses, government and community based organizations. Doug is currently a partner in a management consulting company that specializes in building high performance organizations.  He has spoken, facilitated and consulted across Canada and internationally.  He is results oriented and has earned a solid reputation as a strong dynamic leader and creative problem solver, possessing a rare ability to bring diverse concepts and interests together into a common whole.
Doug has written two books, Leaving Plato's Cave: A Guide for Change-makers and People Experiencing Change, and Stretching the Elastic: Strategies for Innovation and Change.  His other interests include travel, kayaking and reading.  He and Gloria especially enjoy the opportunities for international fellowship that Rotary provides.