MARY K. LOGAN, JD, CAE
Mary Logan, JD, CAE, is President and CEO of the Association for the
Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), a nonprofit membership
organization whose mission is to support the health care community in the
development, management and use of safe and effective medical technology.
AAMI works to advance and promote the improvement of patient safety through
medical technology. AAMI’s mission makes it a trusted partner of industry,
healthcare institutions, subject experts, and government agencies. An American
National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited Standards Developing
Organization (SDO), AAMI also provides international leadership by
administering the secretariats of a number of ISO and IEC committees that
With a law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School, Ms. Logan is a
Certified Association Executive and has over 20 years of senior management and
board experience. Prior to taking the reins as President of AAMI in 2009, Ms.
Logan served as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the American Dental
Association in Chicago, where in earlier years she served as its general counsel.
During her tenure, the ADA was named one of the most remarkable associations
in the United States in Seven Measures of Success, a report issued by the
American Society of Association Executives. Ms. Logan also serves on the board
of directors of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and is a member
of its executive committee and incoming chair of its Organizational Management
Under Ms. Logan’s leadership, AAMI has grown considerably in its stature,
reputation, and visibility in the healthcare community. Membership and non-dues
revenue have grown in spite of a national recession, when many U.S.-based
organizations have faced considerable financial strain. She has brought a new
vitality to AAMI, where she and her staff have launched many new programs to
serve its stakeholders. In 2013, AAMI was awarded the distinguished national
GE-Pioneering Spirit Award from the American Association of Critical Care
Nurses for the work of its new Healthcare Technology Safety Institute on infusion
and alarm safety.
Ms. Logan lives and works in Arlington, Virginia. Her hobbies are music,
walking, reading, and travel anywhere with her husband, John Stellberg. Their
daughter, Sarah, started law school in the fall of 2013 at the University of