Cindy Logan of Louisiana, Mo., received the Outstanding Service Award from William Woods University during Alumni Weekend April 19-21.
An artist and a 1974 graduate of William Woods, Logan is currently serving as president of the National Alumni Board of Directors.
Logan received a B.A. in art, with minors in English and secondary education from William Woods and went on to earn a master of arts in teaching with a concentration in visual communication from Webster University. A public school teacher for 15 years, she currently teaches privately and conducts a variety of workshops. She and her students have won numerous awards throughout her career.
For a number of years, Logan owned the Old Print Shop Gallery (later renamed Main Street Memories) in Hannibal, Mo., but she recently closed her shop and is doing most of her business on the internet. She also buys and sells antiques and art for a home business she calls The Framed Place.
Logan has been active in several organizations, including the Missouri Art Education Association and the National Art Education Association. She is past visual arts representative to the Raintree Arts Council and past president of the Raintree Art Guild. She has been a member of the St. Louis Artists Guild and the Hannibal Art Club. She served on the Missouri Arts Council visual arts grants panel. In addition, she is past president of the P.E.O. and a past deacon of the First Presbyterian Church.
She and her husband, Walter, have three children—Ben, 25; Bethany, 22, and Blake, 17.