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Meet our leaders

Vincent Logan

Vincent Logan

Board Chairman and CEO

Vincent G. Logan was appointed to the FCA board by President Joseph Biden on October 3, 2022. He was designated board chairman and CEO on October 21. Chairman Logan is the first openly gay person to serve on the FCA board; as a member of the Osage Nation, he is also the first Native American. He is serving a term that expires on May 21, 2026.

Chairman Logan is also a member of the board of directors of the Farm Credit System Insurance Corporation, an independent U.S. government-controlled corporation that insures the timely payment of principal and interest on obligations issued jointly by Farm Credit System banks.

Prior to joining FCA, Chairman Logan was chief financial officer and chief investment officer for the Native American Agriculture Fund, which is the largest philanthropic organization dedicated solely to serving the Native American farming and ranching community.

Nominated by President Barack Obama and confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2014, Chairman Logan served as the Special Trustee for American Indians at the U.S. Department of the Interior. During his tenure, he was appointed to the Department of the Treasury’s Financial Literacy Education Commission, which seeks to develop a national strategy on financial education.

Chairman Logan has worked in New York both as a lawyer, practicing in aircraft, shipping, and equipment finance, and as an investment advisor, focusing on institutional asset management and permanent fund development.

Chairman Logan previously served as a director to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, Little Rock Branch, and as an Oklahoma State University Foundation governor. He was educated at Oklahoma State University; the University of Oklahoma College of Law; Queen’s College, Oxford University; and the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University.