Elizabeth Cohen Biography and Wiki
Elizabeth Cohen is an American news journalist currently working at CNN as their senior medical correspondent for CNN’s Health, Medical, and Wellness unit. She also worked at WLVI before becoming a medical correspondent for CNN.
Elizabeth Cohen Age and Birthday
Cohen was born in Needham, Massachusetts, the United States, although she hasn’t revealed her precise age to the world yet. It is not known when Cohen celebrates her birthday.
Elizabeth Cohen Height
Cohen stands at an average height of 5 feet 6 inches.
Elizabeth Cohen Family | Parents
By her parents, Cohen was raised in the United States of America in Needham, Massachusetts. She was raised in a Jewish household and has three siblings. Cohen earned a Bachelor of Arts in History from Columbia College.
Elizabeth Cohen Husband and Married
Cohen is happily married to entrepreneur Tal Cohen, whom she adores. The couple has been blessed with four gorgeous daughters during their marriage.
Elizabeth Cohen Salary and Net Worth
Cohen’s income as a news journalist ranges from $85,000 to $95,000 per year. Pay for a news writer typically runs from $24,292 to $72 507 per year, or $10.15 to $31.32 per hour on average.
Elizabeth Cohen Wikipedia | CNN
Cohen currently works at CNN as a senior medical correspondent and reports about medical and health news for CNN and CNN.com. Cohen was the first to report on Bayer paying doctors millions of dollars to promote Essure, a dubious and potentially dangerous birth control method, and the closing of a Florida nursing home after surveillance video revealed an 86-year-old resident being beaten.
In 2010, Cohen gave viewers firsthand reports of the catastrophic Haitian earthquake in January and the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. A fisherman’s wife who was among the first to speak up about the health issues of fishermen who are now working for BP as clean-up personnel was a whistleblower exclusive in Cohen’s investigation.
In 2005, Cohen covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation, contributing to CNN’s Peabody and EMMY® Award-winning reporting with stories about the airlifting of premature infants from flooded neonatal intensive care units and reports on cancer patients who had been displaced and were in urgent need of treatment.
Elizabeth worked as an associate producer of the environmental television show Green Watch on WLVI in Boston before joining CNN in 1991. She has also worked as a reporter for States News Service in Washington, D.C., and The Times Union newspaper in Albany, N.Y., where she received a Hearst Award.
Elizabeth Cohen Awards
- Multiple Emmy Awards
- Peabody Award
- Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists
- National Headliner Award in 2006
- Was 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
- Gracie Award from American Women in Radio and Television