Elizabeth Cohen Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, CNN, Net Worth, Salary

Elizabeth Cohen is an American Author/Correspondent/Reporter working with CNN where she serves the station as a Senior Medical Correspondent.

Elizabeth Cohen Biography

Elizabeth Cohen is an American Author/Correspondent/Reporter working with CNN where she serves the station as a Senior Medical Correspondent. There, she works with the Health, Wellness, and Medical unit reporting breaking medical news and health consumer reporting for CNN and CNN.com.

Elizabeth Cohen Education

Cohen attended Columbia College in New York where she graduated in the year 1987 with a Bachelor’s Degree in History. She is also a proud graduate of Boston University where she obtained her master’s degree in public health in the year 1992. She was privileged to receive outstanding alumna awards from both colleges.

Elizabeth Cohen CNN

Cohen works with CNN News where she serves the station as a Senior Medical Correspondent. Her recent investigative pieces include “Escape from the Mayo Clinic.” This is a three-part series on a family forced to extract their teenagers from the renowned clinic after doctors refused to discharge or transfer her. The year 2017 saw her expose the Florida Department of Health which had removed 13,000 very sick children from the State’s Children’s Medical Services. They moved them to other Medicaid plans that were not offering their specialized care. This report led to lawmakers asking for an investigation.

She was the first journalist to report on Bayer paying doctors millions to push Essure. This is a questionable and possibly unsafe birth control device. Asides from this, she covered the shutdown of a Florida nursing home after surveillance footage showed an 86-year-old resident being beaten.

Asides from her investigative pieces, she has also covered several health crises throughout the US which include coverage of the acute flaccid myelitis affecting children in the year 2018. This is in addition to covering the record-breaking flu outbreak from 2017-2018, the anti-vaccination movement, the deaths of children at the border, and the current measles outbreak. She was privileged to win a Gracie Award from the Alliance of Women in Media for her coverage of the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Liberia.

The year 2010 saw him provide viewers with on-the-scene accounts of the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico and the devastating Haitian earthquake in January. Her reporting also included a whistleblower exclusive with a fisherman’s wife who was among the first to speak out about the health concerns of fishermen now working for BP as clean-up workers. While she was in Haiti, she reported from a makeshift hospital, about the complications of transporting critical patients to the U.S., the lack of medical infrastructure and resources, and brought insights to the injury triage.

Elizabeth Cohen Photo
Elizabeth Cohen Photo

She has also reported on the aftermath of the destruction of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. This was while contributing to CNN’s Peabody and EMMY award-winning coverage through stories about airlifts of premature babies from flooded neonatal intensive care units. This is in addition to reporting on displaced cancer patients in desperate need of treatment.

Cohen has also contributed to CNN’s Emmy Award-winning coverage of the September 11 2001 terrorist attacks, reporting with sensitivity and professionalism on the rescue and recovery at Ground Zero. Asides from this, she covered the search for missing people in lower Manhattan.

Elizabeth Cohen Career and Awards

Prior to joining CNN in the year 1991, she was working as an associate producer of Green Watch. This is an environmental television program on WLVI in Boston. She has also worked as a reporter for States News Service in Washington, D.C. Asides from this, she also worked as a reporter for the Times Union newspaper in Albany, New York. There, she was privileged to receive a Hearst Award.

Over the course of his career, she has won several awards. She is a proud recipient of a Sigma Delta Chi Award which she received from the Society of Professional Journalists. Asides from this, she also received a National Headliner Award in the year 2006 for “A Lesson Before Dying.” This is a feature of the medical decisions made by a Georgia man at the end of his life.

The year 2007 saw him being honored by the Newswomen’s Club of New York and the New York Association of Black Journalists for the feature African-Americans and Bone Marrow Transplants. Asides from this, The Mental Health American Media Awards honored her in the year 2007 for Perfection Obsession, a feature focusing on a teen’s battle against obsessive-compulsive disorder. The year 2008 saw him receive a Gracie Award from American Women in Radio and Television for Where’s Molly? This is a feature on a man’s search for his sister nearly 50 years after she was placed in a residential mental health institution.

Elizabeth Cohen Book

She is the author of the book The Empowered Patient. This book covers How to get the Right Diagnosis, Buy the Cheapest Drugs, Beat Your Insurance Policy, and Get the Best Medical Care Every Time. This book was published in the month of August 2010.

Elizabeth Cohen Age

Cohen was born in Needman, Massachusetts, United States. She likes to keep her personal life private and hence has not yet disclosed the year and month she was born. It is therefore unknown when she celebrates her birthday. However, she might be in her 40s.

Elizabeth Cohen Height

She stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 6 inches.

Elizabeth Cohen Family

Cohen was born and raised in Needham, Massachusetts, United States. She was born, Elizabeth Sondra Schwartz to her loving and caring parents. Her mother is known as Sheila Fay whereas her father is known as Charles A. “Chuck” Schwartz. Her father happens to be a physician. She was raised of Jewish descent alongside her three siblings. These include a brother named, David Ansin Schwarts, and two sisters, Julia Molly Healy, and Pamela Fay Cohen.

Elizabeth Cohen Husband/ Married

Cohen is married to her husband, Tal Cohen, an Entrepreneur in the Jewish State in the mid-60s. Her husband is also an adjunct professor at Georgia Tech and the Founder of ClickFox. CkickFox provides Customer Behavior Intelligence(CBI) software and related service to a wide range of corporate customers.

Cohen also provides services to the community and is an active member of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce. He is also a proud member of the Board of Directors, High Tech Committee, and Executive Committee. Together, the duo is proud to be the parents to their four daughters.

Elizabeth Cohen Net Worth

Cohen has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned from her successful career as an Author/Correspondent/Reporter.

Elizabeth Cohen Salary

Cohen earns an annual salary ranging between $40,000 – $ 110,500.

Elizabeth Cohen CNN

Cohen works at CNN where he works alongside other famous CNN anchors, reporters, meteorologists, and sports anchors including;

  1. Sara Sidner
  2. Erin Mclaughlin
  3. Alex Marquardt
  4. Jean Casarez
  5. Irin Carmon
  6. Natasha Curry
  7. Christi Paul
  8. Bob Van Dillen
  9. Reynolds Wolf
  10. Josh Campbell
  11. Ryan Browne
  12. Pamela Brown
  13. Gloria Borger
  14. Shimon Prokupecz 
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