AACE International Activities: Logan Anjaneyulu has over 10 years of engineering and management consulting experience in the energy, oil and gas, power, heavy civil, petrochemicals, and refining industries. He has worked as a contractor, construction manager, and an owner, and worked for many prominent firms such as Valero, Jacobs, and Kiewit. Logan currently is Principal of Prilogsys, an engineering management consulting firm specializing in project management and controls. Logan has been an active AACE member since 2005 and obtained numerous certifications including CCE, CEP, PSP, and PMP. He served on the Southern California section board multiple years serving as Newsletter Chair, Events Coordinator, and Certification instructor. In 2009, Logan was nominated to serve AACE as the Chair of Diversity Task Force (DTF) to promote diversity within our Association. He served for two terms as the Chair of DTF. He is currently serving as the Chair of the AACE Mentoring Program that was instituted to foster mentoring among AACE members’ worldwide. At the International level, Logan also has been a co-instructor of the Planning and Scheduling certification review course at AACE Annual Meetings on behalf of the AACE Education board. Logan is also the recipient of the “Outstanding Educator of the Year Award” for 2009 and “Distinguished Service Award” for 2010, both awarded by AACE Southern California Section. In August 2011, I relocated with my family to Chicago.
Educational Qualifications: Logan holds a bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from the College of Engineering Guindy, Anna University, Chennai, India and a master’s degree in Construction Management from Michigan State University. He is currently pursuing an Executive MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois.
Goals and Objectives:
As Director of Region 4, I envision accomplishing:
- Encouraging member participation through regional events, certification training, and Annual Meeting attendance.
- Increase student membership by a focused catch-them young campaign and coordinated regional events.
- Work with DTF, WPC, and YPC to promote diversity and mentor young members to participate in section leadership roles.
- Mentor section leaders via AACE leadership training, ‘leading from commitment’ / ‘commitment to excellence’ initiatives.
- Promote membership growth through extensive outreach to regional employers, corporate entities, and local universities.
- Enhance regional membership retention statistics. Assist struggling or inactive sections to become reinvigorated.
- Participate in development of a Region 4 strategic growth plan in conjunction with Association strategic plans.
- Travel to all sections within Region 4 and listen to their experiences and concerns.
- Host a regional level annual technical event fostering technical and professional growth.
- Mentor section leaders and members to step up and take leadership roles at regional level and international level.