Hello! My name is Neha Loganda and I am a dedicated professional with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, specializing in Health and Social Policy from the University of California, Riverside. Currently serving as a Consultant at Kaiser Permanente Workforce Health Consulting, I’ve combined my educational background with practical experience to drive positive change in the realm of health and well-being.
For the past few years, I’ve gained an insightful understanding in strategizing health and well-being programs for a diverse portfolio of over 60 strategic, labor, trust, and large group customers at Kaiser Permanente. My role involves managing onsite health screenings, coordinating marketing efforts, and fostering strong client relationships. I’ve also learned to analyze workforce health programs and enhancing engagement through creative marketing initiatives.
This commitment to promoting health extends beyond the workplace. In previous roles, I’ve actively engaged with the health community, whether it was as a Staff Assistant at UCR Health Professions Advising Center, a Dean’s Brand Ambassador for UCR School of Public Policy, or a Research Assistant for various health-related projects.
With a keen interest in health and a solid foundation in public policy, I am driven to make a lasting impact on the well-being of individuals and communities. I’m excited to take my experience to further my professional career in a new role!
In my current role, I work in the consulting team, closely with other units in the Marketing, Sales, Strategy, and Administration team. I strategize to implement health and well-being programs for clients in my book of business. My book covers a diverse scale of clients, from labor and trust, to large group, and to strategic accounts. We aim to provide the best service by understanding our clients’ needs and strategizing how we may assist their employee well-being program. I am also responsible in managing the planning, budgeting, and execution of sold strategic customer engagement programs and resources.
In this role, I worked under the Director and Assistant Director to assist and guide students through their journey in a given health profession. By understanding the various pathways one could take to reach their health professional goal, I was able to encourage students to pursue their career goals regardless of the hurdles they faced.
In this role I managed a team of 20 interns to assist other Healthy Campus subcommittees on various projects contributing to the health and well-being of UCR community. We tracked and supported multiple projects varying from social media campaigns, to health education webinars, to marketing support with research projects.