Brittany Logue, graduate admissions coordinator in the College of Business, has received the Everyday Hero Award from the Classified Personnel Council.
She’s been in her current position for just over two years, but she is no stranger to working at land-grant universities, having been employed at both Texas Tech University and Oklahoma State University previously. She says that she loves supporting the message and meaning behind land-grant schools.
Logue has a new love in her life, though – an adorable three-month-old baby boy. It was while she was on maternity leave that her coworker, Elizabeth Zenter, nominated her for the Everyday Hero Award. During Logue’s last two weeks of leave, the only other admissions coordinator broke her leg so badly that she was required to take a month off work. Logue immediately recognized the necessity of having someone process applications during a deadline period.
“I’m not a mother,” Zenter said, “but I do recognize how selfless it was of Brittany to come back on short notice, given that she has a new baby at home. She came back part-time without hesitation. Our whole team is so appreciative.”
When Logue isn’t busy providing amazing support to College of Business applicants, she enjoys singing, as well as playing the piano and guitar. This love of music is something she and her husband have already passed on to their son, Rhett.
“He was listening to Marty Robbins first thing after he was born,” she says, laughing.
Logue is also a huge sports fanatic, and can easily cite facts and statistics about all her favorite football, baseball and hockey teams. When asked about her plans for the future, Logue says that she wants to expand her knowledge about higher education, as well as continually find ways to improve the student experience. She is currently pursuing her master’s degree in organizational learning, performance, and change.
The Everyday Hero Award is sponsored by the Classified Personnel Council to recognize the day-to-day achievements of all CSU employees (state classified, administrative professionals and faculty). To nominate someone, visit the CPC website.