Logan comes to us with extensive experience in longitudinal survey research, supervision, and data collection management. She spent the last 4 years at RTI, supervising a team of 20 collecting data on postsecondary institutions through the US Department of Education – the idea being to make sure people who spend money on postsecondary education are actually graduating and getting to benefit. Prior to that, Logan worked for 4 years at NC State managing lab studies for various PIs in the Psychology Department. She has a master’s in psychology from UNC-Greensboro and a bachelor’s from NC State.
At CHPIR, Logan will be the project manager across all the Clergy Health Initiative studies, which are currently the Selah stress intervention, Longitudinal Panel, Seminary Education into Ministry (SEM), and Rapid Response studies.