If you want to have something soulful to read, just visit her article Heaven over Hospital which features a story of a dying child. Elizabeth Cohen is not just a journalist but a health enthusiast and a proud parent. She is the person who can present the most delicate reports emotionally and profoundly. The author who is also a Hearst Award recipient helped CNN to achieve Peabody and Emmy Award for the reports of the destruction by Hurricane Katrina.
Career And Professional Life
The graduate from the Boston University received Alumni Awards while she earned a master’s degree in public health. Elizabeth worked as an associate producer of environmental program Green Watch in Boston in her early career. Before joining CNN in 1991, she worked as a reporter for States News Service and for The Time Union.
Elizabeth is known for reporting the aftermath destruction of Hurricane Katrina, September 11 attacks, and Haiti earthquake and her contribution was significant for CNN to notch up Peabody and Emmy Award. She now works as a senior medical correspondent for CNN’s Health, Medical, and Wellness unit.
Heaven Over Hospital: Story Of Dying 5-Year Old!
The Hearst Award recipient wrote an emotional article entitled Heaven over hospital which featured a story of dying Julianna Snow who had just reached the age of 5. The heart-warming article takes a look at the tea party organized to say goodbye to the young girl diagnosed with an incurable neuromuscular disorder. She wished for death at home rather than the painful moment in the hospital.
The news journalist of CNN also underwent some painful moments when her new-born daughter Shir had seizures. Shir received several spinal taps in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Due to unnecessary spinal taps and her experience with daughter, Elizabeth decided to become an empowered patient.
She wanted to stop the spinal taps that neurologist forced into her daughter. A nurse named Sarah managed to calm down Elizabeth, and she received good news that there would be no spinal taps for her daughter.
How Is Married Life Of Cohen?
The television personality is a married woman. The journalist married Israeli-born entrepreneur Tal Cohen after dating for the extended period. The couple is living a happy life and is parents to four lovely daughters.
Her husband Tal enrolled in the Israeli Navy after finishing his high school education. During his Isreal stay, the Jewish State native graduated from Tel Aviv University and earned a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. He then traveled to America and studied Master's in computer science and finished Ph.D. in engineering in 1995 from Georgia Tech.
The entrepreneur and his fellow friend from the Israeli Navy founded Customer Behavior Intelligence (CBI) software ClickFox. Following the success of his company, Tal served as adjunct professor at Georgia Tech and followed his passion for mechanical devices.
Elizabeth Cohen's husband, Tal Cohen is a founder of 'ClickFox' (Photo: atlantajewishtimes.timesofisrael.com)
Elizabeth and her husband Tal are a loving parents' and loves to celebrate the tiniest of the victory of their daughters. Elizabeth has shown the love from donating to Locks of Love to donating hairs and updates her followers about their growth.
She along with her husband shares the greatest passion in life of caring and nurturing their daughter.
The author of The Empowered Patient loves watching films and touring with her daughters in her free time.
Elizabeth’s Short Bio
Elizabeth was born with the birth name Elizabeth Sondra Schwartz in Jewish culture. The author was born to parents Charles A. “Chuck” Schwartz and Sheila Fay Gopen Schwartz who both were physicians. She had three siblings in her family in Pamela Fay Cohen, David Ansin Schwartz, and Julia Molly Healy. Elizabeth who celebrates her birthday on 19th September every year is a middle-aged woman.
The journalist possesses a decent height and has a decent body shape. The highly sort-out reporter and health enthusiast belong to White-American ethnicity.