Logan Cochrane is a Banting Fellow at Carleton University. For the last twelve years, he has worked in non-governmental organizations internationally, including in Afghanistan, Benin, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, 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
- 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