Logan grew up in Brookfield, CT, and graduated from New York University in 2010 with a double major in History and Religious Studies. He then received his MA in World History from New York University in 2011, and his JD from Columbia Law School in 2014. Since graduating, he has practiced corporate law at a variety of international law firms in both New York and Chicago, with an emphasis on capital market and private equity transactions. In addition to his civilian career as an attorney, Logan is also an Intelligence Officer in the US Navy Reserve. Logan's involvement in Jewish philanthropy began at UJA-Federation of New York where he was the Community Chair of the Young Lawyers Division and was a member of the Impact Investing Committee. Since relocating to Chicago in 2017, he has been an active member in YLD and JUF, participating in Gesher, Mensches in Motion and LEADS, and serving as the President of the Young Lawyers Group, Vice Chairman of the Trades, Industries and Professions Committee and a member of the BGS Advisory Council.