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About Us

Our Story

Peter Saulnier and Vincent Chow in Logan’s founding year, 2012

With a working relationship spanning over 20 years, founders Vincent Chow and Peter Saulnier were first connected in 1999. Although possessing different approaches and talents, they were drawn to each other’s working style over a shared perspective: Putting People First.

In 2012, they began to a see a shift in HR consulting where quality of service was being sacrificed in favour of profit. Wanting to be the solution to this shift, Vincent and Peter set out to launch Logan HR to address the need for HR solutions that put people and their organizations back as priority.

Built with a foundation of belief in human potential, the power of collaboration, and the people side of business, Logan HR was named after the highest mountain in Canada as a symbol of the relentless pursuit of higher achievement. 

Since its inception, Logan has been recognized for delivering simple and practical compensation solutions and career transition services that put the individual’s needs first. Assembling an experientially diverse team of consultants that share our people-first approach, Logan continues to grow, carrying the same pursuit of excellence to its OD and Coaching practices.

Logan is proudly BC-owned and operated and shares a special connection to our HR and greater local community.

Our Team

In the field of Human Capital Consulting, people truly are the key to success. Our consultants are experts in respective fields, typically through a background of educational and experiential qualifications. All our consultants possess an industry certification while some have additional relevant industry accreditations and certifications, such as the Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). Many of the team regularly contribute as coaching thought leaders in virtual college/university lecture halls and industry publications, or by sharing their expertise on industry panels.

Logan’s comprehensive roster of talented consultants draws on vast real-life experience, industry knowledge and diverse backgrounds. Coupled with deep expertise in LoganHR’s core consulting areas, our consultants are responsive, relentless, and above all else, passionate about helping people and organizations reach new measures of success.

The selection criteria for assembling our consulting team:

  • Accreditation with a National/International Association;
  • Experience in a corporate/professional services environment and/or having owned a business;
  • One-on-one consulting experience, group training and facilitation skills;
  • Strong executive relations skills and professionalism;
  • Highly developed sense of ethical behaviour, integrity, and confidentiality, and
  • Deep expertise in one or more of the following areas: Leadership Development, Compensation, Career Transition

Corinne Chakrabarti

Senior Consultant

Corinne is a seasoned HR professional with almost twenty years in the field.  As a consultant, her passion is in getting to truly understand her clients’ business challenges and working collaboratively to find the best-in-practice solutions that help clients achieve their strategic and goals.

Prior to joining LoganHR, Corinne gained valuable skills both as a consultant and as an HR professional in the private sector.  Her diverse experience ranges from designing and implementing inaugural HR practices in a high-tech start up, to advising clients in best practice HR programs for a multinational consulting firm.  Corinne has experience working with clients across a broad range of industries in many areas of HR including strategic rewards, executive compensation, performance management, and organizational development.  

Corinne holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration from SFU, specializing in Human Resource Management, and a Bachelor’s degree Business Administration specializing in Finance. 



Vincent Chow


Vincent is a Partner and Co-Founder of LoganHR. With over 20 years of experience in reviewing and designing compensation and performance programs, he works with stakeholders including Boards, Executives and Management in the private, public and not-for-private sectors to deliver practical and sustainable solutions.

Vincent is well known for his ability to understand the underlying issues in any situation, and for his straightforward approach to business. He was Director, Total Rewards for a large Canadian company in many different industries. Previously, Vincent managed compensation, benefits, and HRIS for a privately own telecommunications company. He has also worked at a global technology company designing and managing global compensation programs. Vincent started his career at a global HR consulting firm, helping clients in the areas of HR/compensation program design and implementation.

Vincent holds a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. He is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP), a past Chair of the BC region of WorldatWork, and past Chair of the CPHR BC Annual Conference. He is a frequent speaker at the HR Roundtable of CPHR, HR Tech Group, CEO forums and BCIT. Vincent is a Board member of Ronald McDonald House of BC and Yukon.



Liz Grant

Principal Consultant

Liz is an experienced career management professional having worked in the field for more than 3 decades. As a coach, her passion is in guiding clients to develop a clear understanding of their vision, strengths, career opportunities and develop action plans to achieve career goals.

Prior to joining LoganHR, Liz worked for a global career and talent management consulting firm where she held roles including Senior Consultant, Principal Consultant and National Practice Leader. She is best known for her leadership, planning and organizing skills and the ability to achieve results and delight her clients. She has worked with hundreds of clients from a broad range of industries.

Liz received her Bachelor of Arts Degree (Psychology) from the University of British Columbia. She is a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) and has completed her Co-Active Coaching Certification through the Coaches Training Institute (CTI).



Wendy Knight

Senior Consultant

Wendy is a Senior Consultant with extensive experience supporting individuals and organizations through change. She brings a positive, supportive and pragmatic approach to career coaching and is passionate about supporting individuals to make thoughtful, well- informed decisions throughout their careers. She has personally worked with employees at all levels from front line retail workers to senior corporate executives, in a variety of sectors, including high technology, professional services and retail organizations.

She provides insight and coaching advice that supports individual awareness and promotes positive career change and growth – whether working towards traditional re-employment, pursuing entrepreneurial/consulting ventures and/or retirement planning.

Wendy earned a Bachelor of Arts in Administrative and Commercial Studies (Social Organization and Human Relations) from Western University, before embarking on her career in Human Resources with a focus on Career Coaching and Development. She is a Certified Management Consultant, a certified Birkman Consultant, and a graduate of the Coaching Essentials program through Coach U, Inc.


Laura Lange

Career Consultant

Laura is a career consultant with over 18 years’ experience in the Career Transition industry, as well as a background in financial services and real estate.

Her focus is on providing support to clients and customers, business development, and attending onsite meetings on a regular basis. Her upbeat, professional and helpful attitude creates positive synergy for the office team. Laura is able to quickly establish rapport with a wide variety of people.

Laura has been involved with the promotion of a newly released book on new immigrants to Vancouver and has travelled abroad to be a part of its launch in Asia.

Laura holds a BA (Psychology) from the University of British Columbia, as well as a Career Development Practitioner Certificate from Douglas College. More recently, she has been active in online learning in the areas of economics and investing.



Stacey Thomas

Principal Consultant

Stacey specializes in the design and development of rewards programs. She has over 20 years of experience in consulting and in human resources leadership roles in technology, retail and financial industries, including HSBC Canada.

Stacey has experience designing and implementing total reward strategies for organizations from both the private and public sector. Her specialties include the development of market competitive base pay and incentive strategies, career and performance management, and job evaluation. When designing reward programs, Stacey takes an integrated and strategic approach to identify success factors and the desired relationship between higher performance and rewards.

She holds a General Human Resources Practitioner (GHRP) certificate from the Australian Human Resources Association and with a B.Sc from the University of British Columbia, Stacey brings a unique analytical approach to human resources practices and compensation methodology.



Kyla Nicholson

Principal Consultant

Kyla brings over 10 years of experience working with clients in private, public, and not-for-profit sectors to design and facilitate leadership development, organizational learning, performance programs and employee engagement initiatives, including employee surveys.

After working for a management consulting firm, Kyla began her HR consulting career with Caliber Leadership Systems where she spent time working in each HR practice area. Recently, Kyla spent nearly four years working for the Human Resources Management Association (HRMA) as the Manager of Professional Development and a contributor to the research department. Kyla focuses her approach on translating complex solutions into practical systems and tools that support individuals and teams to contribute to organizational success.

Kyla holds degrees in Psychology and Education, is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP), and is a MBTI qualified practitioner. Kyla sits on the Editorial Advisory Committee for PeopleTalk magazine.



Diana O'Grady

Compensation Consultant

Diana O’Grady has over 25 years experience in the human resources analytics and consulting field, specializing in compensation and organization research surveying (design, analysis and report preparation of employee/customer opinion, board of director/committee assessment, best practice/market research and compensation surveys).

Diana’s experience was initially developed from within a global human resources consulting firm, working with clients in both the public and private sectors as well as on joint management/union initiatives.

In addition to compensation and organization research surveying, she is experienced in spreadsheet/database statistical analysis (job evaluation factor weighting/modelling, policy line/salary structure development, regression analysis); market pricing of all position levels within an organization; development of job evaluation/incentive administration programs in Excel and Access (utilizing macros and basic programming); support in the design, development and implementation of compensation plans (job evaluation, job description, salary management, variable/incentive compensation, performance management).

Her credentials/qualities include Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and Okanagan University Business Administration Program Diploma.



Howie Outerbridge

Managing Director

Howie has developed deep expertise in adult learning and instructional design through 20 years of counselling and coaching people in a variety of settings including private industry, human capital consulting firms, and post-secondary institutions. These experiences help him work with organizations to consult on a range of topics including career management and transition (outplacement), organizational development and leadership solutions. 

Howie has held a variety of management, instructor and counselling positions at both the University of British Columbia (UBC) and Simon Fraser University (SFU).  He is certified in the Birkman Method and has taught career development theory at both SFU and UBC. During his career, he has helped coach hundreds of people through a range of workplace issues. He is an active contributor to PeopleTalk Magazine and regularly gives his time to organizations and individuals in need of his expertise. 

Howie holds a bachelor’s degree in science (kinesiology), a master’s degree in education (counselling psychology) and his doctorate in education from SFU.  He is a Canadian Certified Counsellor, and a member in good standing with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. He recently completed the Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching program at Royal Roads University and is an Associate Certified Coach in good standing with the International Coaching Foundation. 



Dallas Pootlass

Indigenous Empowerment Coach

Dallas Pootlass is the authority when it comes to empowering Indigenous communities across British Columbia. He has over five years’ experience in life coaching, with 10 years experience of inspirational speaking in three continents. Dallas is passionate about empowering indigenous folks. He is the first in his family to attend university and he has a Master’s of Business Administration. Dallas is a certified Strategic Intervention Coach through Robbins-Madanes Training (RMT). To learn more about the work Dallas does, visit his website

Bill Quinn, RPF (ret'd)

Professional Certified Coach

With over 35 years being a leader and developing leaders in both industry and government, Bill’s career has evolved from ‘growing trees to growing leaders and organizations’. Bringing a coach approach to all elements of his practice, which include leadership development, workshop design and facilitation, and strategic planning, his focus is on developing leaders at all levels. Living a personal and professional vision of ‘making a positive difference one person at a time’ his strength is being able to build trust quickly and help his clients discover and move through their barriers.

Facilitating organizational change since the mid-nineties and developing a practice of creating learning organizations, Bill’s teams have been nominated for Premier’s awards and his clients gain the confidence and strength to move into more senior positions. His coaching and team building skills span all industries – from optimetrical to professional accounting to natural resource offices and career transition.

Bill completed his Certified Executive Coaching certification from Royal Roads University and has been a Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation since then. He completed his Bachelor Science in Forestry from the University of Toronto and instructs Management Skills for Supervisors at the College of New Caledonia.



Peter Saulnier


Peter is passionate about building strong client relationships and helping people achieve their goals. 

Peter has consulted in human resources for over 20 years, with experience in career transition, leadership development, compensation, and organization development. His career has included leadership roles with leading career transition and human capital consulting firms.  He brings this experience to our clients at Logan to ensure best-in-class solutions, with the personalized support our clients have come to expect from Logan.

Peter has been interviewed by and published in numerous periodicals, including the Globe & Mail, ROB Magazine, BC Business, and He has consulted in the US, Europe and Asia, and speaks regularly on a wide range of HR and business issues.

Peter has served as a Director of the Board for various organizations including WorldatWork, the BC Human Resources Management Association, Chalmers Seniors’ Lodge & Foundation, and the East Vancouver Cultural Centre.  He holds an MBA with a specialization in Human Resources & Organization Development from the University of British Columbia.



Ray Murrill

Senior Advisor, Executive Compensation

Ray Murrill provides LoganHR with the benefit of over 35 years of executive compensation consulting experience for publicly-traded, privately held, not-for-profit and public sector clients.

His background includes executive compensation philosophy, related board governance and disclosure requirements, short and long-term incentive design, executive retirement benefits, and directors’ compensation. He is also a recognized expert in the Canadian income tax, accounting and contractual considerations of executive compensation.

Prior to his retirement from full time consulting in 2013, Ray was with a global human resources and compensation consulting firm for of 27 years.

Ray is a graduate of the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Commerce. He is a Certified Management Consultant and a member of WorldatWork. He completed the Directors Education Program at the Rotman School of Business in Toronto in 2006.


Gail Smith

Senior Consultant

Gail is an experienced Career Transition Professional with extensive experience in the corporate environment across a number of industries.

Gail’s passion is helping people. She has the unique ability to relate to individuals from all walks of life, including senior executives, managers, and front-line workers. Her areas of expertise include researching career options, job search strategies, interviewing skills, resume development, and facilitating workshops.

In addition to her career transition consulting role, Gail had worked for over 20 years as a Human Resource Manager, Consultant, and Sales Manager.

Gail holds certifications in Human Resource Management from UBC, Career Transition Specialization, Employment Facilitation/Work Search Specialization and Global Career Development Facilitation from Yorkville University.



Leigh-Anne Stitt

Senior Consultant

Leigh-Anne has been in the talent management business for 20+ years, her passions include supporting, coaching, and empowering individuals and teams. Leigh-Anne specializes in the areas of career transition, talent management, and leadership development. As a coach, consultant, and facilitator, she is enthusiastically dedicated to supporting individuals to identify and achieve their career goals. Her empathetic nature, and ability to help others recognize their unique skills and talents results in her clients landing in positions where they thrive.

Throughout her career, Leigh-Anne has designed and facilitated programs that increase individuals’ capabilities to discover and lean into their potential. Leigh-Anne’s clients have celebrated her ability to support and guide them through challenging transitions. She establishes meaningful, integrity-based relationships, leveraging her corporate background, leadership, and coaching experience to grow confidence and competence in her clients, ensuring they are well positioned to excel. Leigh-Anne brings passion, experience and wisdom to her work and can be counted on to be “all in”.

Leigh-Anne holds a BA in Communications from Simon Fraser University, and a MA in Organizational Leadership from Royal Roads. She is a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR), a Teaching Faculty member at the Justice Institute of British Columbia and an active board member with the Rett Syndrome Society of BC.


Catherine Tang

Compensation Consultant

Catherine is a results-driven professional with progressive compensation experience of over 10 years, in both private and public sectors. Her exceptional analytical, project management, communication and leadership skills have enabled her to provide customized and practical solutions to clients.

Previously, Catherine designed, implemented and managed the compensation programs for a global real estate company, a Crown corporation in BC and several large Canadian financial institutions. In Catherine’s earlier career, she was the lead analyst for several nationwide compensation surveys at a global HR consulting firm where she oversaw all aspects of the survey development process while she creatively and tactfully resolved client inquiries and concerns regarding data quality, analysis and procedures.

Catherine is a graduate of the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts with Distinction (Management Co-op). She is a Certified Compensation Professional (CCP) and a Global Remuneration Professional (GRP).



Cindy Theriault

Professional Coach

Cindy Theriault has been in the business of people and organizational performance for over 20 years through her work as a Certified Professional Coach and Human Resources professional. She has been coaching since 2013 and holds a Certified Professional Co-Active Coaching (CPCC) designation from the Coaches Training Institute – the world’s largest coach training school accredited by the International Coach Federation. She also completed the Co-Active Executive Coaching course with the Coaches Training Institute. Cindy also holds the designation of Associated Certified Coach (ACC) with the International Coach Federation.

Cindy has worked within senior levels of organizations, successfully leading Human Resources divisions and coaching at reputable Fortune 100 Companies including DuPont, Johnson Controls and The Boeing Company. Cindy is fluently bilingual in French and English. Her Coaching engagements have spanned Canada, United States and the UK. Cindy’s formal education includes Organizational Psychology Honours degree from Western University and a Master’s degree in Industrial Relations from Queen’s University.

Assessment Certifications: Hogan Full Assessment Suite – Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI), Hogan Development Survey (HDS)’ Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI), ASSESS Competency certification and Personality Assessment.