Director of International Development &
Logan Tom serves at Pro Volleyball Federation’s Director of International Development & Player Strategy. In her role she will help develop and maintain relationships with key international agencies and federations on behalf of the League, act as a domestic and international player liaison to all athletes participating in the League, and focus on athlete wellness and welfare in order to maintain Pro Volleyball Federation’s position as an attractive playing option for the greatest volleyball players in the world.
The International Volleyball Hall of Fame inductee, Logan is one of the greatest volleyball players the United States has ever produced. At the age of 19, she became the youngest woman ever to be selected to the U.S. Olympic Volleyball Team and made her Olympic debut at the 2000 Sydney Summer Games. Logan would go on to play in four Olympics and helped lead the United States to a pair of silver medals in the 2008 Games in Beijing and in 2012 in London.
Logan was a skilled all-around player who brought stability to the U.S. serve receive and defense, while also providing the team with a solid attack and block at the net. She was named Best Scorer at the 2008 Olympics and awarded the Most Valuable Player honors at the 2004 FIVB World Grand Prix where she also garnered “Best Server” accolades.
Logan helped lead the U.S. Women’s Team to success netting 14 medals at major tournaments, including the Olympics, FIVB World Championship, FIVB World Cup, FIVB World Grand Prix, the NORCECA Championships, and the Pan American Cup.
Logan also became a beach volleyball star, partnering with 2009 International Volleyball Hall of Fame inductee Holly McPeak, among others. She was named the 2006 AVP Rookie of the Year and recorded 14 top-10 finishes in 2007 before returning to the indoor game.
In 2007, she was named one of three FIVB World Cup most valuable player nominees as she averaged 4.10 points per set at the World Cup – her first international tournament with Team USA in nearly three years.
Logan’s professional career spanned an impressive 12 countries. She helped lead Fenerbahce Universal to the 2012 CEV Champions League title and won a championship with Unilever Volei in the 2013 Brazilian Superliga. She won an amazing eight championships and one runner up finish during her pro career.
Logan started playing volleyball at age 13 and earned a spot on the U.S. Girls’ Youth National Team at age 14. At 16, she made her U.S. Women’s National Team debut, playing in the NORCECA World Championship Qualification Tournament and Dominican Republic Tour in 1998 while still a student at Highland High School in Utah. Logan played collegiately at Stanford where she was a four-time first-team All-American and twice chosen as the National Player of the Year. She was selected to three NCAA Final Four all-Tournament teams, including earning MVP honors in 2001 when Stanford won the national title.
In May 2021 Logan was named head coach of the Israel Women’s National Team.