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COHN

Abbreviation for certified occupational health nurse.
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Cohn, in prepared remarks, said she looks forward "to continuing to help articulate Travelers' view of sustainability and further contributing to the important public conversation surrounding sustainable business practices."
Cohn joined Travelers in September 2017 as associate group general counsel and currently serves as chair of the Society for Corporate Governance's newly formed Sustainability Practices Committee.
According to an Elgin police report, Cohn was accused of entering a silver BMW-XI on the 200 block of South Weston Avenue on the city's southwest side, starting it with a key fob, and striking a 2011 Chevrolet Traverse while driving away.
Burson Cohn and Wolfe (BCW) is billed as world's third largest, full-service, global communications agencies with expertise in digital and integrated communications in all industries and sectors with operations in over 100 countries.
The opening paragraph of the novel gives the reader a sense that there is something "strange" about this character named Robert Cohn.
Cohn earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Georgia and completed postdoctoral training in the assessment and treatment of alcohol use disorders and cigarette smoking.
As the end of 2018 approaches, Cohn says he's looking for opportunities to bring The Atlantic's journalism to television and to home voice assistants, along with expanding paid content options, to continue steering the publication forward.
For the next three years, Cohn met with several potential buyers, many of whom were turned down by the bank.
Cohn played a central role in helping Trump enact a sweeping tax overhaul law, coordinating with members of Congress.
Yet the departure of Cohn, a free-trade-oriented Democrat who fended off a number of nationalist-minded policies during his year in the Trump administration, could have a ripple effect on the president's economic decisions and on the financial industry.
White House officials said the tariffs dispute contributed to Cohn's decision to leave but that it was not the sole reason.
1 March 2018 - New York, US-based communications services group WPP (NYSE: WPP) has merged two of its New York-based public relations firms, Burson-Marsteller and Cohn and Wolfe to create Burson Cohn and Wolfe, a global communications agency with expertise in digital and integrated communications across all industry sectors, the company said.