Our Leadership.

"Working in international development and working at Chemonics has really just further aligned my values with my work, both in my personal life and my professional life. I don't think many people have that opportunity to walk away from their jobs every day with that feeling."

Managing Director, Ethics and Risk Management Melissa Logan

Currently leading the corporate ethics and conduct program, Melissa Logan has more than 20 years of experience as a development strategist and executive at Chemonics. Ms. Logan also serves as the chair for the Washington chapter of the Society for International Development (SID), the world’s largest professional association for development practitioners. She served on Chemonics’ executive team for more than a decade — as senior vice president of the Supply Chain Solutions division, the Southern Africa region, and the Knowledge, Communication, and Technology division. In these roles, Ms. Logan has increased innovation, collaboration, and impact across social and economic development programs around the world. In addition, she served as chief of party on a rural development project in El Salvador, which increased economic growth through policy reform and institutional capacity building. Ms. Logan has consulted for development projects in more than 25 countries throughout Africa, Asia, Europe and Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East.