Elizabeth Cohen is one of the biggest names journalists who has achieved name and fame in the media and she is not just a journalist, she is a health enthusiast and a proud parent too. She is the most renowned journalist who is also a Hearst Award recipient helped CNN to achieve Peabody and Emmy Award for the reports of the destruction by Hurricane Katrina. Due to her dedication and perseverance, it has helped her to achieve the reputation that has spread all over the world.
The young and beautiful Elizabeth Cohen is an American news journalist. She was born with naming the birth name Elizabeth Sondra Schwartz in Jewish culture and she is also known as Elizabeth Cohen. Looking information about her birth date, the record of her birth date is unknown which makes it difficult to calculate the approximate value of Elizabeth Cohen’s age. She was brought up by her parents i.e. Charles A. “Chuck” Schwartz and Sheila Fay Gopen Schwartz who were physicians who raised her along with her two sisters and a brother.
This American journalist has graduated with a bachelor’s degree in history from Columbia College followed by her master’s degree in public health from Boston University. She is honored with prestigious Alumni Awards from both the colleges. In her early career, she worked as an associate producer of environmental program Green Watch in Boston. Cohen worked as a reporter for States News Service and for The Time Union, before joining CNN in 1991. After joining CNN in 1991, she focuses on health-related issues and has reported from a medical angle on major news stories like the Gulf oil spill, the 2010 Haiti earthquake, September 11 attacks, and Hurricane Katrina. Her contribution was significant for CNN to achieve Peabody and Emmy Award. Currently, she is senior medical correspondent for CNN's Health, Medical, and Wellness unit and has become a successful name in the business. Elizabeth is an award-winning journalist. She has won a Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalist and National Headliner Award for the feature “A Lesson Before Dying” in 2006.
Journalist and National Headliner Award for the feature “A Lesson Before Dying” in 2006. She was esteemed by the Newswomen's Club of New York, the New York Association of Black Journalists for the feature African-Americans and Bone Marrow Transplants and the Mental Health America Media Awards in 2007 for her reporting work. Along with that, in 2008 she has won a Gracie Award for the feature “Where’s Molly?” and has published a book named The Empowered Patient in 2010.
Talking about her personal life, it is very easy to find all the details about her career and professional life, but it is equally difficult to know anything about her personal life. She must have gone dating with some wonderful men that she has met but the name of those people is not made public. There is no list of her boyfriends that people know and at this age, she has a reputable image and there are no rumors about her affairs.
The television personality is a married woman and she feels blessed to have the support and love of her husband. She has shared the bond of marriage with Tal Cohen who is an Israeli-born entrepreneur. This couple is living a happy life and their married life is going strong. There is no hint of divorce in their relationship. This couple has four children and their relationship is an inspirational relation for their children.
Being a journalist, senior medical correspondent, a health enthusiast, and physicians, we can assume that she has been paid a handsome amount of salary for all her good work but her net worth is not revealed or it can also be said that it is yet to be figured out. Searching her biography in the wiki, Elizabeth Cohen’s bio is available on different sites of internet. She is very active in social media like Twitter and Instagram. The journalist possesses a perfect height and has a decent body shape. The journalist and health enthusiast belong to White-American ethnicity.