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Shoshanah Cohen

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Personal bio
Shoshanah Cohen received a BS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford, an MA in Technology Strategy from Boston University, and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is the Director of Community Engaged Learning for Engineering, working to strengthen and expand experiential learning opportunities for students in partnership with faculty and community partners. Her focus for the last several years has been on the global food supply chain, working with organic farms and farming cooperatives to address food loss between farm and table. She is the former Director of the Global Supply Chain Management Forum at the Graduate School of Business. Prior to joining the GSB, she was a senior partner with PRTM Management Consulting, where she led PRTM's global supply chain innovation practice. She has co-authored two books and numerous articles on supply chain strategy and serves as a strategic advisor to senior executives on operational issues. Shoshanah is deeply engaged in furthering opportunities for groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM fields and coaches an all-girls high school robotics team.

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