Logan graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University in 2015 with a degree in politics and a certificate in Latin American studies. Twice the recipient of a Latin American Studies Sigmund Fund grant, she pursued independent research in the summers following her freshman and sophomore years in Guatemala and El Salvador. On campus, Coleman was the co-president of the Princeton DREAM Team, a group that focuses on the plight of undocumented immigrants. She also teaches ESL (English as a Second Language) classes for adults in Trenton, N.J.. Logan spent the spring semester of her junior year in Cuba and is the recipient of a Scholars in the Nation’s Service Initiative (SINSI) Fellowship, for those who plan on careers in public service. In the summer of 2014, she worked at the State Department, on the Central America Regional Security Initiative, in the Bureau of Western Hemisphere Affairs. This fall, as part of her Fellowship, she began graduate school at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. As part of her graduate, she began work with the United Nations’ Security Council in the summer of 2016 and transitioned to the Conflict and Stabilization Operations division of the State Department in 2017. After finishing one or two more posts, she will return to full-time course work at Princeton in the fall of 2018.