In college, he planned to study aerospace engineering. But along the way, he landed on computer programming instead. While it’s not exactly the same as catapulting into space in a rocketship, engineering allows Logan to tap the creativity, resilience and teamwork skills he picked up along his path to NASA.
Today, Logan helps clients from a wide range of backgrounds build better, smarter solutions to their customers’ challenges. As a consultant, his ability to home in on the most critical elements of a project helps him quickly add value while ensuring a more streamlined and successful engagement.
Logan has worked on a diverse portfolio of projects, including building a more secure alternative to Google Workspace and helping states better manage their secure court data. Logan has also helped develop a platform that integrates payment processing capabilities into vehicles (so you can pay for drive-through Taco Bell without having to whip out your wallet).
While his astronaut ambitions are currently on hold, Logan still maintains a strong sense of adventure. On the weekends, you can find him biking, rock climbing or perfecting his Te Klap Lang roundhouse kicks during Muay Thai lessons.