Mitchell A. Cohn

Mitchell CohnAdvisory Board Member

Mitchell A. Cohn is a retired Foreign Service Officer, who served over 30 years as a diplomat with the U.S. Department of State. Specializing in both public diplomacy and consular affairs, his work took him to Mexico City, London, Istanbul, Jakarta, Tunis, and Rabat, as well as postings in Washington, D.C. and New York City. Mitchell earned a B.A. in English from Haverford College, an alma mater he shares with Clark Hulings. One of his personal goals is to ensure that Haverford College alumni, faculty and staff are aware of Clark Hulings’ achievements, as well as the work of the CHF. Mitchell is a volunteer with the public programming division of the Morgan Library in New York City, and was previously a volunteer docent at the Rosenbach Museum in Philadelphia. In retirement, Mitchell has been, inter alia, a human resources consultant for INCLUDEnyc, a non-governmental organization that provides free services to families who have children with disabilities.

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