Elizabeth Cohen is an American television news journalist and the author of The Empowered Patient. She is now the Senior Medical Correspondent for CNN. In her career, she has been nominated for the Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Series three times, in 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Elizabeth has worked in journalism for more than three decades and has made significant contributions to the field. She started working for CNN in 1991 and is now the network’s Senior Medical Correspondent. Cohen has amassed a sizable wealth over the years, and her net worth is projected to be more than $2 million US dollars as of 2022.
Elizabeth was born to a Jewish family as Elizabeth Sondra Schwartz; her actual date of birth is unknown, but she is thought to be in her late 40s. She has two sisters, Pamela Fay Cohen and Julia Molly Healy, and a brother, David Ansin Schwartz, and is the daughter of Sheila Fay and Charles A. “Chuck” Schwartz. Her father and mother were also doctors.
Elizabeth earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Columbia College in New York City and then went on to the Boston University School of Public Health to earn her master’s degree in public health. During her stay at Boston University, she received the Distinguish Alumni Award.
|Real Name||Elizabeth Sondra Schwartz|
|Birth Date||The 1980s|
|Age (as of 2021)||The 40s|
|Sun sign||Not Known|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 75 kg – in Pounds – 165 lbs|
|Waist Size||30 Inches|
|Hips Size||36 Inches|
|Shoe Size||7.5 (U.S.)|
Cohen is happily married to her husband and the mother of four girls. Tal Cohen, an Israeli entrepreneur, is her husband. He is the founder of ClickFox, a Customer Behaviour Intelligence software company, as well as an adjunct professor at Georgia Tech. The couple had four daughters, none of whom are well-known.
Elizabeth began her career as an associate producer for WLVI in Boston, where she worked on the environmental show Green Watch. She also worked for States News Service in Washington, DC, and The Times Union in Albany, New York, as a reporter. Elizabeth Cohen began her career at CNN in 1991 as a reporter covering health problems, and she is now the senior medical correspondent for CNN’s Health, Medical, and Wellness unit.
She has contributed to a variety of issues during her time at CNN, including studying and reporting on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in 2005, reporting on relocated survivors of the Haitian earthquake in 2011, traveling to Liberia to report on the Ebola outbreak in 2014, providing viewers with an on-the-scene glimpse of the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico in 2015, and having one of the first reports on Bayer paying doctors millions to push Ess.
She has also exposed the Florida Department of Health for withdrawing 13,000 sick children from the state’s Children’s Medical Services and for failing to cover the acute flaccid myelitis outbreak that afflicted the children in 2018. Her outstanding reporting has earned her the Gracie Award from the Alliance of Women in Media, the Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Award, and a National Headliner Award in 2006. For the piece African-Americans and Bone Marrow Transplants, she received awards from the Newswomen’s Club of New York and the New York Association of Black Journalists the following year.
Elizabeth Cohen stands 5 ft 7 inches tall and weighs 75 kg. Furthermore, She has Brown hair and Brown eyes.
Elizabeth joined the social networking platform Twitter in January 2009, and as of 2021, she has amassed over 22k followers. She does have an Instagram account, but it does not appear that she uses it very often.