Logan is a third-year MEM/MBA candidate. He believes in a triple bottom line approach to business and sees cross-sector collaboration as key to solving environmental problems. His graduate studies focus on sustainability metrics, supply chains, and stakeholder engagement, particularly within consumer goods companies. Logan’s work with CBEY includes coordinating the GE Colloquium in Sustainability Leadership, and facilitating two student discussion groups centering on the concepts of net-zero as well as the opportunities and challenges around integrating sustainability more holistically within business strategies.
During the summer of 2015, Logan worked with New Belgium Brewing Company's Sustainability Team, performing an external stakeholder review as a part of an effort updating the company’s sustainability management system. He more recently researched innovative financing mechanisms for energy efficiency upgrades at Huston-Tillotson University in Austin, TX as a part of the Environmental Defense Fund’s Climate Corps Fellowship. He was also selected as a recipient of the 2016 Switzer Environmental Fellowship.
Prior to Yale, he worked with Patagonia, coordinating grant-giving, product donations, and events in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well 1% for the Planet, developing the organization’s member network in California. He currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Sierra Institute for Community and the Environment, a non-profit organization that promotes healthy and sustainable watersheds and forests by investing in the well-being of rural communities in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. Logan holds a B.S. in Environmental Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he graduated with High Honors.