After earning her M.A. in Medicine, Health, and Society from Vanderbilt University, Logan began her career at Huron Consulting Group, managing project teams and identifying inefficiencies and improvement initiatives at hospitals to help leadership reduce cost of care. From there, Logan moved into corporate wellness technology at Limeade, where she managed customer programs, before building out Limeade’s partnership program and operations to facilitate efficiency and build relationships. Throughout her career, Logan has focused on utilizing business for good, striving to enhance organizations’ purpose and mission.
Logan serves as the Vice President of Impact@Anderson Relations for Anderson’s Net Impact chapter, serving as a liaison between the program and club to ensure student voices are heard in the development of I@A’s continuing programming and strategy. Additionally, Logan holds the roles of Co-President of the Anderson Wine Club and VP of Admissions for the Retail Business Association.
This summer, Logan combined her passion for social impact with her skills in operations and strategy at Dry Farm Wines, the only health-focused, sustainably-grown, natural wine club in the world. Logan worked towards developing a new sourcing and inventory management system, in addition to creating processes to implement new technology that provides customers with information about the wines they receive. When she’s not working, Logan enjoys hiking, cooking elaborate meals, and strategizing Settlers of Catan.