Logan Cochrane is a Banting Fellow at Carleton University (Global and International Studies) and Adjunct Professor at Hawassa University (Institute for Policy and Development Research). For the last twelve years, he has worked in non-governmental organizations internationally, including in Afghanistan, Benin, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Qatar, South Africa, South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. Logan has served as a Director for two non-governmental organizations, and worked as a consultant with clients that have included Save the Children, Management Sciences for Health, The Liaison Office, UNICEF and UNAIDS. Awards he has been given include:

- Banting Postdoctoral Award (2017)
- Professional Development Awards by IDRC (2016-2017, 2017)
- SSHRC Storyteller finalist (2016)
- Vanier Canada Graduate Doctoral Award (2015)
- Robert M. Netting Award (2015)
- Mitacs Fellowship (2014)
- Nominated for a YMCA Peace Medal, as an Emerging Leader (2009)

Logan Cochrane
Work Experience:
 
- Banting Fellow (2017-2019) Carleton University
- Consultant (2018) Global Affairs Canada
- Consultant (2018) International Development Research Centre
- Research Fellow (2017-2018) Wits University
- Consultant (2017) Save the Children Canada
- Vanier Scholar (2015-2017) University of British Columbia
- PDA (2016-2017) International Development Research Centre
- Consultant (2016) Save the Children Canada
- Consultant (2013-2016) Management Sciences for Health
- Researcher (2013-2015) University of British Columbia
- Consultant (2012-2013, 2015) icm Communication
- Researcher (2014) University of Victoria
- Director (2011-2013) The Life You Can Save
- Consultant (2013) The Liaison Office
- Director (2008-2013) Working to Empower
- Instructor (2012) Institute of Humanitarian Assistance and Cultural Studies
- Instructor (2009-2012) National Institute of Technology
- Project Assistant (2009) United Way
- Public Speaker (2008) Terry Fox Foundation
- Settlement Worker (2007-2008) Burnaby Family Life
- Project Manager (2006-2007) Working to Empower