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Logan Fink

Help Desk Manager

Logan started his IT career as a part-time technology assistant in a school district in North Seattle where he quickly fell in love with the industry. From there his experience expanded from a variety of positions (from Tier 1 Support to Team Lead and Client Management) in a wide spectrum of organizations (nonprofit, local government, MSP, global and private sectors). Now with such a wide understanding of small and medium businesses plus as a Master of Science in IT Management (Colorado State University), one of his key professional drives is to help empower organizations to shape their technology presence in ways that they may not have been able to before. Especially for those that are not able to have an on-site/traditional IT department.

Logan’s family is rooted in Kitsap which is one of the reasons he moved back to Bremerton with his now-husband and two adopted dogs, Porter and Lager. He’s a big fan of Kitsap County and all it has to offer—beautiful towns, nature, outdoor activities (he loves rowing with KRA), and beaches. When he’s not outdoors, he’ll be playing video games or planning his next D&D session, trying out new beers (sometimes brewing them!), or lifting weights in his home gym.

One of his favorite nonprofits in the area is the Seattle Aquarium, having worked there and seen firsthand how they inspire the understanding and preservation of our marine environment. The best advice/education that he’s received (and continues to spread) is “Technology as a whole is always changing; this is constant. With these changes, people are forced to adapt, creating a significant shift in the IT industry from tech-oriented to people-oriented. In shifting to this perspective, IT professionals and users alike can feel empowered and do amazing things with their tech!”