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Daniel Cohn

Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation
Vice President, Strategy
Dan boomeranged back to Cleveland in 2015 after nearly ten years of city-hopping along the east coast. He currently serves as Vice President with the Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, where we develops and executes grantmaking strategies in community health and public policy. Before his return, Dan was Assistant Director of Cornell University's Center for Engaged Learning + Research, where he helped faculty and students channel their academic interests toward meeting community needs. In 2012, he served as an Emerson National Hunger Fellow with the Congressional Hunger Center during which time he supported a nonprofit in Boston in building organizational capacity for state-level advocacy and helped launch a now national Food As Medicine advocacy initiative. He then spent time at the USDA Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships working on the First Lady's Let's Move campaign and on economic development outreach in the rural South. His academic background is in public health, and since 2013, he has facilitated numerous workshops on racial identity development, racial micro-aggressions, and anti-racist practice. In his spare time, he enjoys teaching yoga, sipping lattes, and holding friends’ hands while they get tattoos.