Logan McKenzie is a Seattle Native and IGNITE Alum. Upon graduation from Chief Sealth High School, Logan studied Criminal Justice and Psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno. After completing her undergraduate degree, Logan pursued a career in retail banking for KeyBank where she is currently a Management Associate, a program for college graduates dedicated to preparing career oriented individuals for sales and branch management positions. Logan loved the IGNITE program when she was a part of it and is passionate about helping other young women succeed in technology and engineering fields.
WHY YOU ARE INVOLVED WITH IGNITE?
I am involved in IGNITE because I believe more women should be engaged in the technology industry and IGNITE is a stepping stone to get there.
HOW HAS IGNITE INSPIRED YOU?
IGNITE allowed me to explore my interest in computer science and coding and helped me discover something I did not realize I would be so passionate about. Knowing that IGNITE has helped me realize my love for tech has made me want to help inspire other young women to realize their passion and to pursue it.
WHAT VALUE DOES IGNITE PROVIDE FOR GIRLS?
IGNITE is an impactful non-profit that I believe has the ability to shape young women’s futures in a way they may not have imagined.