Rachel Sottile Logvin
President & CEO
Center for Children & Youth Justice
Rachel is a champion of systems reform, having served as an executive administrator in nonprofit and state government for over 20 years. Prior to joining CCYJ, Rachel served as the Senior Vice President of the Pretrial Justice Institute, working with national, state, and local system stakeholders to create partnerships, strengthen systems, and engage communities to advance safe, fair, and effective pretrial practices for youth and adults, acting as a catalyst for states to discover what’s possible and create real and lasting change. She began her career as a child abuse investigator and worked with foster care youth and their families in South Florida until 2008. She then served as the Executive Director of YES Institute, providing communication and educational models to prevent suicide and keep all youth safe. Rachel has a Bachelor of Arts from Emory University in Psychology and Political Science and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology. She was the recipient of the National Association of Social Workers “2014 Citizen of the Year” Award for Miami-Dade County. Rachel grew up in Seattle and is excited to return home to the Pacific Northwest in service of Washington state’s children and youth.