Sasha Logie joined the GICHD in September 2020, and currently works as IMAS Secretary and Policy Advisor. As the IMAS Secretary his responsibilities include the coordination and management of the process through which the IMAS framework is maintained and developed, a function which is implemented in close coordination with the United Nations Mine Action Service and the wider IMAS Steering Committee and Review Board. In addition to this, in his role as Policy Advisor, Sasha coordinates policy initiatives on ammunition management.
Sasha Logie previously worked with the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) as a Senior Programme Officer in South Sudan, and later as the head of the UNMAS Palestine Programme. He has also worked with the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) and the British Government.
Sasha Logie's academic background includes an MA in International Politics from SOAS, University of London, and a BSc in International Relations from Keele University, England.