Allison Logie directs Mathematica’s strategic business development. Since joining Mathematica in 2008, Logie has held successively responsible roles facilitating, developing, and executing the company’s strategy and aligning business development with those efforts.
Charged with identifying, monitoring, and responding to major policy and research directions, Logie facilitates business development initiatives, including pursuing new areas of work and developing new and expanding existing partnerships. Before joining Mathematica, Logie served as a director in CGI’s State and Local Industry Group. She managed the firm’s overall industry strategy, including market trends analysis, thought leadership, and business development.
She has held numerous roles in the public sector and in policy organizations, including policy analyst and special assistant to the deputy assistant secretary of Human Services Policy in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; coordinator for the Mayor’s Welfare Reform Task Force in San Francisco; and program associate and legislative assistant at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Logie holds an M.P.P. in public policy from Georgetown University.