Logan grew up in South Florida where she attended a Jewish day school. Her fondest childhood memories are weekly Shabbat dinners. Friends and family would gather around the table, staying up late into the night to debate politics, ethical dilemmas, and Jewish law. These meandering conversations fueled Logan’s curiosity and passion for deep conversation. As an undergraduate at Harvard, an interest in human relationships, especially romantic ones, led her to the psychology department, where she helped developed an infant version of the unconscious bias test. In her women and gender studies minor, she explored issues of sex and power. She moved to San Francisco after graduation. At Google, she co-led the Irrational Lab, a behavioral economics unit, with eminent behavioral economist Dan Ariely. Outside of her core role, she started a series called Talks at Google Modern Romance (1M+ YouTube views). She interviews world-renowned dating and relationship experts to help people navigate romantic relationships in the digital age. She recently started her own company that applies insights from behavioral science to romance. Her vision is to create a world where people stop endorsing the “happily ever after” fallacy and come to understand that the hard work of love is in maintaining it, not just finding it. She believes people will live happier, more fulfilling lives if they proactively invest more in their romantic relationships, and she’s helping them do that.