Casey Logan joined the CAP Utah team after serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA at Community Action Services and Food Bank in Provo. There she helped open The Potluck, an incubator kitchen for low-income entrepreneurs wishing to start their food businesses. During her time there she became inspired by the War on Poverty, and decided to stay within the Community Action network. Originally from New York, Casey came to Utah for the mountains, where you can always find her on the weekends. She has BA in Political Science from the University at Albany in New York. During her time there, she interned for various women's health organizations.
Clint Cottam grew up in St. George where he lived most of his life and recently served as Director of Community Action at Five County Associations of Governments - working with food, transportation, asset development, and housing programs, before joining CAP Utah as Executive Director. This was a unique opportunity to learn from great mentors in urban and rural communities. Clint graduated with a BA in European Studies from BYU and a MPA from Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs. He is also an AmeriCorps alumnus and has experience in criminal justice, youth diversion, and service-learning initiatives. Clint is married to his wife Kathryn and they have three children. He is excited to support the Community Action Agencies in Utah!
Greg McDonald runs the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in Salt Lake and Tooele Counties as part of the Earn It. Keep It. Save It. coalition and provides training for VITA staff and volunteers statewide. He manages 200 volunteers completing over 6000 yearly tax returns for low- to middle-income clients. Greg joined Community Action Partnership of Utah in December, 2011. Prior to being hired as a full-time employee at CAP Utah, Greg was one of many dedicated VITA volunteers with over 10 years experience preparing income tax returns for hundreds of VITA clients. Greg worked in high tech manufacturing as an Operations Director in Utah and Great Britain. He is a graduate of Temple University in Philadelphia.