Our Team

Tené Logan - Program Director

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 Tené is a native of Detroit, Michigan.  She has over 12 years of experience as a Program Manager.  She holds a Masters from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in Public Policy and is a Certified IT Project Management Professional (PMP, ITIL).  Her experience includes working and studying in the UK and Switzerland.  She has overseen youth development programs and managed programs with the public, private, and nonprofit  sectors.  Tené is a Mom to one daughter and is dedicated to utilizing collective impact to help youth and communities.  She is the daughter of a single Mom who was low-income, periodically struggled with basics like utility costs, and passed when Tené was 16. 

Maggie Peng - IT Developer and Trainer

Kamilah is a Senior IT Project Manager and Training Director for Charity Co-Op Serve Squad.  She hol

Maggie is originally from Vancouver, British Columbia.  She is an IT Developer with expertise in GIS, mapping, data collection, data conversion, data analysis, and field work.  Maggie is a member of GISCorps and joined the Charity Co-Op team as part of our STEM training and community development initiatives.  She holds a Bachelors in Information Technology and Environmental Science from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia.

Sara Chadwick - Program Coordinator

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Sara is a member of Generation Z who will be working with Charity Co-Op as a Program Coordinator.  Sara is from Royal Oak, Michigan and has experience working with youth groups.

Kamilah Kelsaw - Training Director

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Kamilah is a native of Ann Arbor, Michigan.  She is a Senior IT Project Manager with over 15 years of experience.  She holds a Masters in Business Administration and Management from Cleary University and Certified ITIL.  She is also a Mom of two daughters, one of which is in high school.

Our Programs

Serve Squad

The Serve Squad is a Pre-College/Pre-Apprenticeship, virtual internship program and team for ages 15-19. The youth Squad uses STEM training and cutting edge IT tools to get a head start on jobs that can pay over $100,000/year, while leading the critical effort to strengthen access to basic needs in their communities.


Interns receive stipends, wraparound services, STEM training, college credits given at over 1,500 institutions, community service credits, and an opportunity to earn an international badge proving their mastery of the material.

Charity Co-Op

Charity Co-Op is a cooperative of community-based programs working together to strengthen access to basic needs, i.e, the safety net, while serving as an IT training and work experience incubator for our Serve Squad.

Charity Co-Op's Mission:

Our mission is to engage collective impact to prepare youth to succeed, while improving community health