Logan is a Woodstock area native who returned to the area after nearly a decade in the Seacoast area of New Hampshire. Her undergraduate focus in sociology and economics (as well as a subsequent MEd) at the University of New Hampshire originally drew her down to the Seacoast in 2006. Upon receiving her undergraduate degree at UNH, she started an 8-year long career as an elementary school teacher before becoming a student again in 2018, moving back to the Upper Valley and completing her MPH at The Dartmouth Institute, with a focus on children and families facing adversity.
She now splits her work time between working with the Dartmouth Trauma Interventions Research Center at Dartmouth Health and running her toy store, Wild Kind Toys, in Rutland. Her research at Dartmouth is focused on community and individual level interventions that support families affected by parental substance use. Logan also has past experiences in communications and marketing, both at the corporate and non-profit levels, including a summer internship at OHF in 2009!
She currently lives in Killington with her husband and three energetic dogs. She enjoys hiking, skiing, and spending time with her friends and family.