NASW Foundation National Programs
NASW Social Work Pioneers®
Sayde L.M. Logan
Sayde Logan, DSW, is recognized nationally and internationally within the social work practice and education community for her important contributions to improving problems in living that impact families and children of color. She is recognized among her peers as a prominent, productive scholar, and her research and scholarship on children and families of African descent is well received at all levels of practice and education across disciplines. Currently she is a professor of social work at the University of South Carolina College of Social Work. She chairs the CSWE Council on Racial, Ethnicity and Cultural Diversity.