Logan is originally from Eastern North Carolina, where she learned a few essential truths: chocolate is good, and bad things happen to good people – sometimes by chance, and sometimes through acts of systemic injustice. She attended Duke University, where she designed her own course of study on the systems that impact child development. Outside the classroom, she centered both her advocacy and her research on access to medical care for women and children. She was awarded a Truman Scholarship and graduated Phi Beta Kappa. After spending two years working in affordable housing construction through AmeriCorps, Logan swapped her tool belt and hardhat for a white coat and stethoscope. She is now pursuing her MD/PhD at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health.
Logan has extensive tutoring experience and has worked with students ages 5 through 25. Additionally, she helped found an Individualized Attention Program for students with learning differences and is comfortable working with students of all ability levels and learning styles. Her core strengths include biology and physics, as well as test preparation for AP exams and the MCAT.
In her spare time, Logan prefers to be outdoors – ideally, accompanied by friends and a bag of chocolate chips.