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Gail Quigley-Logan

Gail Quigley-Logan is the Chief Financial Officer for the Vitae Foundation. She has been employed at Vitae since 2006, beginning her career here as an Accounting Specialist. A member of Vitae’s Executive Staff, Gail maintains all financial records and statements along with supervising the Accounting and IT departments.

Gail graduated from Missouri Southern State University in Joplin, Missouri, with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Accounting.

Gail brought to Vitae over 12 years of accounting experience from Missouri state government. She started out as the Accountant for the Missouri Veterans Home in St. Louis; advanced to Fiscal Accountant at the Office of Administration – Division of Design and Construction; moved up as Fiscal Manager at the Division of Child Support Division; then promoted to Fiscal Officer of the Missouri State Fair.

When Gail is not working at Vitae, she enjoys her furry animals at home along with reading and travelling with her new husband around the United States. Her proudest accomplishment is her title of Grandma, made possible by her son, Wesley, and daughter-in-law Melissa (she is “GG” for Grandma Gail). Her marriage to Don also made her a stepmother of 7 children.

Speaker Endorsements

  • Getting the verbiage right is vital. The money Vitae is investing makes us go a lot further, to the point that we’re a huge annoyance to Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest and NARAL Pro-Choice Washington.

    Hasselbeck tells Vitae Donors to Lean InKim Triller, Executive Director of Care Net of Puget Sound - Seattle, Washington
  • For any pregnancy center serious about reaching, engaging, and supporting abortion-minded women, familiarity with the research and messaging strategies produced by Vitae is essential.

    hasselbeck inspiresLeanna Baumer, Executive Director of Assist Pregnancy Center - Annandale, Virginia
  • My abortion was not about birth control—it was about fear. Fear of ruining my current reputation and future dreams. Fear of people finding out I wasn’t a “good” girl. Someone finally understood why I had an abortion and had research to support it!

    Georgette Forney, Silent No More
  • The masters of media are the people defining the moral value system…that is why what you’re doing [Vitae Foundation] is of such vital importance. You are saving lives.

    Oliver North, U.S. Marine (Ret.), Author, Fox News Correspondent
  • The Vitae Foundation is at the forefront of where this movement needs to go, and I really applaud you. You’re changing minds, you’re changing hearts, and the world is a better place for your vision.

    Sean Hannity, TV Host
  • Everybody should ask this question: If you didn’t show up, who would miss you and why? If Vitae hadn’t shown up, think of the babies today who would not be here if it weren’t for them. That’s the greatest contribution we could make to our fellow human beings.

    Lou Holtz, Former Coach - Notre Dame Football


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