About Logan McDonald
Logan graduated from St Mary's Academy in Portland, OR, in June 2010. She founded the Speech and Debate Club, was an officer and ambassador for Model United Nations, led the Politics without Borders and the Ambassadors Clubs, and captained the Varsity Mock Trial team. She was a founding member of the Human Rights Club and chaired its Poverty Awareness Day. Logan was co-founder of the Foundation for Children's Hope Classic and served as vice president and director of marketing and resources for this annual golf tournament that raises money for pediatric cancer research.
Since enrolling at Seattle University, Logan has participated in a range of leadership and service activities. She was the Vice President of the Speech and Debate Team, has volunteered at both Refugee Women’s Alliance and Invest in Youth, a tutoring program at a local elementary school. Logan is a graduate of the University Honors Program and served for two years on the Honors Council. She has served as a chief of staff for the Student Government of Seattle University and interned at Senator Patty Murray’s office in foreign affairs department. Her junior year, Logan was awarded a Boren Scholarship for international study and spent six months in Nigeria. She also spent six months traveling and volunteering in India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal with organizations such as Vanastree Seed Collective and Padma Nepal. Her senior year, Logan participated in Seattle University’s International Development Internship Program (IDIP) working in Pune, India for the education NGO Pratham and its measurement and assessment team ASER on the Digital Operation Team which develops educational game applications for children in rural India. Most recently Logan has worked as a research analyst for Capital Trade, Inc., an economic consulting agency in Washington, D.C. that specializes in international trade cases at the ITC and WTO. After graduating, Logan plans to work in either the international development field abroad or in Washington, D.C. Logan’s hobby’s include learning new languages, trekking, running, playing chess, and dancing. Please feel free to contact Logan about Seattle University and the Sullivan Leadership Award.