Bill Cohen oversees the Kleinman Center's office needs, supervises public events, tracks the budget, and provides technical support across many platforms. When possible, he also dives into design and research projects. Before settling in Philadelphia, Cohen spent three years teaching English in Thailand, Spain, and France. In 2010 he served as the liaison for high schools from five European countries on a successful E.U. grant proposal, creating an exchange program for students pursuing alternative energy research. After returning to the United States, Cohen helped start a local, artisan food company, Righteous Felon.
Cohen is pursuing a master of science in applied geoscience at the University of Pennsylvania, focusing on sustainable development and green stormwater infrastructure.