Ben Logue

Ben LogueBen Logue has over 15 years of experience working in the local food system. His work includes hospitality, small business ownership and food-based community economic development efforts.  Currently, a manager at the Passyunk Avenue Revitalization Corporation, he oversees programs and initiatives for neighborhood economic development in South Philadelphia. His past experiences include program management at The Enterprise Center’s Center for Culinary Enterprises where he coordinated business development strategies for food entrepreneurs. Recently, he was a member of the project team for The Economy League’s Good Eats report which assessed the impact of the greater Philadelphia food economy. Additionally, he worked with the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Public Health to research and analyze current internal food procurement practices by various City departments with proposed future strategies for greater local purchasing efforts. Ben is currently co-chair of FPAC’s Workforce and Economic Subcommittee where he advocates for a just food system for workers and greater economic mobility within the local food system. He has an undergraduate degree in political science and history from Temple University and a Masters of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University.