JEREMY LOGAN, a hospitality veteran with more than 25 years of experience, has worked in some of the best restaurants in many of the top restaurant cities in the U.S. For the past decade, his work has focused on multi-unit operations, new unit growth, and leadership development. Jeremy has overseen development and operations for more than 20 new unit openings across the country, working with three Houston-based restaurant groups. His wine education came from Napa Valley, where he worked in hospitality, sales, and production roles for multiple ultra-premium producers. During that time, he also moonlighted as a Minor League Baseball radio broadcaster and sports writer for the Napa Valley Register. Jeremy earned a B.A. in English literature from San Francisco State University.
There are currently 725,000 people who experience food insecurity in Houston, with 500,000 of those individuals living in federally-designated “food deserts,” where the closest supermarket is over a mile away. FUSE will help the city invest in its food ecosystem, not only to combat hunger and food insecurity in historically underserved communities of color, but also to provide new pathways to employment in these neighborhoods. FUSE will implement a comprehensive food access plan that bolsters food-related businesses and employment opportunities.