The Charleston Metro Chamber Announces Executive Fellow of Housing

The Charleston Metro Chamber recognizes that the cost and availability of housing are a regional issue impacting employers and employees. For this reason, they have continued to include attainable housing as one of their legislative priorities. To accommodate projected growth and allow businesses to thrive, our region needs more housing supply, more choices, better proximity to transit and job centers, and more attainable options at every income level.

To lead and build a coalition for the region around attainable housing, the Charleston Metro Chamber is pleased to announce Craig Logan as Housing Executive Fellow. In his role, he will be organizing the Regional Housing Coalition in order to elevate the awareness of attainable housing needs throughout the region. His focuses include increasing public knowledge around attainable housing, increasing supply of attainable housing across the region and increasing regional collaboration.

“We are thrilled to have Craig as an Executive Fellow,” says Scott Barhight, Senior Vice President of Government Relations. “Housing attainability is a critical issue in our region that contributes to longer commute times and makes employee retention more challenging. Having Craig organize and lead the Regional Housing Coalition will be a key step in ensuring that we are gaining community awareness of the issue and building long-term solutions for housing.”

Craig is originally from Greenwood, South Carolina and graduated from Charleston Southern University with a degree in Sociology. He has worked for a local non-profit, Metanoia, and is Founder of BIC Solutions Consulting where they help bring programs and solutions to non-profits and educational institutions. He has continued to engage in community development and grassroots efforts and currently serves as the VP for Chicora Neighborhood Association and Project Development Chair for the Community First Land Trust.

He is a proud member of the Beta Kappa Lambda Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. and in his spare time loves to cook, sing and play a few instruments and play tennis.

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