Regional Manager of State Government Relations, PCIAA
Logan McFaddin joined the Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) in December of 2014 as the Regional Manager for State Government Relations covering Florida, Georgia and Alabama. She came to PCI from Florida Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater’s Office where she served as his Director of Legislative Affairs for more than three years. Logan was responsible for both the CFO’s and the Department of Financial Services’ legislative priorities which included legislation that: enhanced detection and prevention of workers compensation premium fraud; reformed Florida’s state contracting process; streamlined regulation and processes for the Division of Agent & Agency Services; created the Homeowner’s Claims Bill of Rights and conflict of interest standards for appraisal umpires; and enhanced consumer protections around mediators and neutral evaluators.
Prior to joining CFO Atwater’s administration, Logan served as the Director of Legislative Affairs under both Governor Rick Scott and former Governor Charlie Crist for the Agency for Persons with Disabilities. During this time, she worked to fill a long standing budget deficit of over $125,000,000 within the Agency, as well as pass legislation to help the Agency stay within its Medicaid waiver appropriation while providing individuals with developmental disabilities more flexibility in choosing and receiving services important to them.
Before joining the Agency, Logan served both as the Deputy Director of Legislative Affairs and Budget Manager for the Florida Department of State under former Governors Charlie Crist and Jeb Bush. Working with Secretary of States Sue Cobb and Kurt Browning, she developed and coordinated passage of the Department’s legislative and budget priorities.
A native Floridian, Logan graduated from Florida State University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in English. Logan and her husband James reside in Tallahassee.