Logan works with HIP Investor, Inc., a boutique investment advisory firm based out of San Francisco, CA to apply HIP Investor’s scorecard methodology to corporations, organizations, and investment strategies. Logan also has experience in the real assets market and is consulting with the Conservation Private Capital Group, a team of conservation finance consultants working to launch a new U.S. fund for land conservation. Logan also writes regularly for Nextbillion.net, a blog about development through enterprise.
Before her work as an independent consultant, Logan was the Business Development Officer for New Ventures, the center for environmental entrepreneurship at the World Resources Institute, working to assist small and medium enterprises in key emerging markets to compete in a global economy. Prior to her position with New Ventures, Logan was a Research Analyst with the World Resources Institute’s Southern Forests for the Future project, which seeks to scale up economic incentives -- such as forest carbon offsets -- for private landowners in the southern U.S. to conserve and sustainably manage their forests. Logan received her B.A. with Distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in Geography, with a concentration in Geographic Information Systems. Logan is a 2012 Property and Environment Research (PERC) Fellow.
She joined Ashoka Changemakers on February 20, 2013
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