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Joan Logue-Kinder, American public relations consultant. Recipient Excellence in Media award Institute New Cinema Artists, 1984.


Logue-Kinder, Joan was born on October 26, 1943 in Richmond, Virginia, United States. Daughter of John T. and Helen (Harvey) Logue.


Student, Wheaton College, 1962. Bachelor in Sociology, Adelphi University, 1964. Certified in education, Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, New York, 1971.

Postgraduate, New York University, 1973. Certified in education, St. John's University, 1974.


Assistant to district manager United States Census Bureau, New York City, 1970. Teacher and administrator social studies Yonkers (New York ) Board Education, 1971-1975. Director public relations National Black Network, New York City, 1976-1983.

Corporation vice president NBN Broadcasting (formerly National Black Network), 1984-1990. Senior vice president The Mingo Group/Plus, 1990-1991. Vice president Edelman Public Relations Worldwide, 1991-1993.

Deputy assistant secretary public affairs United States Department Treasury, Washington, 1993-1994, assistant secretary public affairs, 1994-1995. Director corporation communications programs The Seagram Company, New York City, 1995-1996. Vice president Save the Children, Westport, Connecticut, 1997-1998.

Senior vice president, director marketing and communications Lynch, Jones & Ryan, New York City, 1998—1999. Vice president investment development Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Washington, 1999—2001. Director communications Office of the Mayor of District of Columbia, 2001.

Consultant Philadelphia Academy Fine Arts, since 2001, Sari Katz for Mayor, since 2001, Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, since 2001.


Member alumnae recruitment council Wheaton College. Member Nigerian-American Friendship Society, 1978-1981. Board directors Westchester Civil Liberties Union, 1974-1977, Greater New York council Girl Scouts United States of America, 1985-1993, Operation People United to Save Humanity, 1985-1993.

Delegate White House Conference on Small Business. Active political campaigns, including Morris Udall for United States President, Howard Samuels for Governor. Senior black media advisor Dukakis/Bentsen presidential campaign, 1988.

Convention delegate New York State Women's Political Caucus, 1975, president black caucus, 1976-1977. Member World Institute Black Communications (board directors 1983-1991).


Married Lowell A. Henry Junior, October 6, 1963 (divorced September 1981). Children: Lowell A. Henry III, Catherine D. Henry, Christopher Logue Henry. Married Randolph S. Kinder, December 13, 1986 (divorced November 1995).

John T. Logue

Helen (Harvey) Logue

Lowell A. Henry Junior

Randolph S. Kinder

Lowell A. Henry III Logue-Kinder

Catherine D. Henry Logue-Kinder

Christopher Logue Henry Logue-Kinder