Our Founder

Cynthia Logan, M.Ed

Executive Director
Cynthia Logan, M.Ed

Cynthia is a woman of faith, educator, mentor, and best-selling author. Her life's passion is to advocate for others and be a voice for the voiceless. Cynthia's career in Corporate America was short-lived because she quickly realized the experience was rewarding but not fulfilling. She understood her divine purpose was to champion change in the communities through relevant services for those who needed it, especially the youth.

She pursued a degree in education and earned a dual certificate. As an educator, she taught both General and Special Education students in Georgia and internationally. Her years of service are gear toward students from underserved communities. During her tenure, she witnessed the devastating effects of poverty, as it stifled talented youths due to the lack of opportunities and exposure. As she remembers her experiences as an underserved youth, she vowed to use the lessons learned to help change the future trajectory of young people.

Nourishing Hands is her divine assignment to provide positive role models and mentors who can assist youth as they transition into productive citizens. At the onset of the global pandemic, she co-authored and published an Amazon bestselling educational resource book, A Practical Approach to Teaching Foundational Reading Skill In The Classroom and At Home. Which is used by both educators and parents to help enhance young learners' educational journey. Since that successful publication, she continues to write and publish inspirational and educational resources.

Cynthia earned a bachelor's degree from Mercer University and a master's degree from Capella University. She completed a post-graduate certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis from the Florida Institute of Technology.

Cynthia resides in Atlanta with her husband and two adult children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends, shopping, and traveling globally.