Leadership Logistics, LLC, is a privately owned company that offers a variety of services to support positive youth development. Since its founding in 2004, Leadership Logistics has worked with education associations, businesses, and corporations to:
Develop and provide publications about student activities and student leadership
Conduct state officer trainings, leadership class workshops, train-the-trainer workshops, and civic engagement training
Facilitate leadership teacher academies for states
Write, edit, and provide graphic design and photography services for newsletters and magazines
Write grants in support of student leadership development programs.
Leadership Logistics’ CEO, Lyn Fiscus, is well recognized for her work in student activities. She taught at the high school level in the St. Louis area for 12 years —10 of those years with a leadership class— and worked with a variety of student groups including student council, yearbook, newspaper, SADD, TREND, pep club, cheerleaders, and American Youth Foundation (AYF) Leadership Compact. She served as assistant director of the Missouri Association of Student Councils (MASC) summer leadership workshop, represented the St. Louis area on the MASC Executive Board for six years, and served on staff of NASSP's National Leadership Camps, eventually becoming co-director of the NLC in New York. In addition, she served as a staff member of AYF's International Leadership Camp for four years, is a former executive board member of the National Association of Student Activity Advisers, and is a frequent presenter at student activities conferences. Lyn was instrumental in the founding of the Alliance for Student Activities, a nonprofit association to promote the value of student activities, served as its vice president from its inception in 2007 until 2014, and is a member of its board of directors.
Editor from 1995–2007 of the award-winning Leadership for Student Activities, published for student council and National Honor Society advisers by NASSP, Lyn also served as editor of Dimensions magazine, published by DECA from 2006–2009, and as editorial consultant for Teen Times magazine, published by Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), from 2005–2010. She has also worked with the Technology Student Association (TSA), SkillsUSA, the Alliance for Student Activities, National Organizations for Youth Safety (NOYS), Herff Jones, Inc., National Middle School Association (NMSA), and state student council associations in North Carolina, Massachusetts, Texas, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Oregon, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Nevada.
Lyn is the author of Adviser Essentials: Goalsetting (2013), Adviser Essentials: Project Planning (2010), Adviser’s Guide to Student Activities (2004), and Who Says You Can’t Change the World (1991). She served as editor/writer of the National Leadership Camp Leadership Curriculum Guide (1994), and is co-author with Earl Reum of The Bucks $tart Here: Fundraising for Student Activities (2007).
Lyn is the national recipient of the 2005 Earl Reum Award, given by the National Association of Workshop Directors (NAWD) in recognition of outstanding leadership and commitment to the promotion of excellence in student activities. She resides in Reston, VA, with her husband David Cordts and their two children.