Rhodes Logan

Rhodes is a Vice President with Horizons Stewardship and has been a fundraiser for over two decades. Previously Rhodes was the Chief Development Officer for the United Methodist Church Development Center overseeing the development activities of eight ministry agencies of the United Methodist Church including annual, capital, and planned giving. As Campaign Director for the University of Tennessee, Rhodes raised over $150 million for the Institute of Agriculture as part of the $1 billion “Campaign for Tennessee.” Rhodes has also served as the Director of Development for the United Way (Knoxville and Oak Ridge) and Carson-Newman University.

As a seasoned fundraising professional, Dr. Logan has expertise in capital campaigns, major gift solicitations, planned giving, annual giving programs, and development communications. After completing his undergraduate work at Carson-Newman University, Rhodes earned his Master of Arts in Political Science and his PhD in Higher Education Administration at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville.

Through his ministry, Rhodes discovered his passion for working with local churches and religious non-profits. He is inspired by the transformational work of his clients to guide them to success and achieve funding for their missional objectives.

Rhodes and his wife Amy have been married for 22 years and live in Nashville, Tennessee.  In his free time, he strives to be a lousy golfer and the best possible father to his two college age children.

 

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