Libby Logsden is the current vice-president of the Public Affairs Student Association (PASA). She is a Master of Public Policy student with a focus on affordable housing. She currently works as a research assistant with the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs (CURA).
Describe the your internship or summer work experience.
I interned with the St. Paul Budget Office. I primarily supported the Office of Financial Services & the Planning and Economic Development divisions within the city. I completed various projects as needed by my team.
What sparked your desire to choose your program of study at The Humphrey School?
I chose my program of study because I'm passionate about housing justice and the Humphrey School has an incredible reputation for housing research in the Twin Cities and beyond.
My best advice for an entering/future Humphrey student is...
My best advice is to network throughout your time in graduate school to explore potential career paths while exploring topics that interest you.
What are six words you would use to describe your experience as a Humphrey student.
Curiosity, dedication, justice, determination, patience, and collaboration.