Montgomery County Food Bank Announces New Director of Development, Ashley Logan

By: Tyler Schievelbein
| Published 12/13/2023

Director of Development, Ashley Logan.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX -- Montgomery County Food Bank is pleased to announce the appointment of Ashley Logan as its new Director of Development. In her role, Ashley will oversee the Food Bank’s development department, which is responsible for donor relations, fundraising activities, community outreach, and marketing and communications initiatives.

Ashley brings almost 15 years of fundraising experience for mission-driven organizations to her role. She most recently served as Director of Development & Community Engagement at FamilyTime Crisis & Counseling Center, where she led a team focused on innovative development strategy to support the organization’s vision of a stronger, safer and healthier community for all.

Passionate about cause awareness, community engagement and public stewardship, Ashley’s love for fundraising began during her service as a United States Peace Corp Volunteer in the Republic of Panama, where she successfully secured funding for several humanitarian projects. Following her service, Ashley pursued a career in development by representing organizations in the spaces of environment, education and social services.

"We are thrilled to welcome Ashley to the Food Bank team,” said Kristine Marlow, President and CEO of Montgomery County Food Bank. "With her passion for philanthropy, extensive professional education, and experience in fundraising, we are confident she will play a pivotal role in helping to expand our efforts to advance our mission of uniting the community to fight hunger."

“It is an honor to join the extraordinary team that makes up Montgomery County Food Bank,” said Ashley. “I look forward to leading our development efforts, ensuring the Food Bank has the resources needed to continue making a true impact and serving our many neighbors in need of food assistance.”

A California native, Ashley holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). As a proud, adopted Texan, Ashley admires the genuine hospitality of the Lone Star State. She and her husband, Matthew, value family time and staying active with their three children.

To learn how you can get involved and partner with Montgomery County Food Bank in the fight against hunger, please visit or contact or 936.271.8800.

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