Vice Chairman at PWC; Co-Author of The Self-Made Billionaire Effect: How Extreme Producers Create Massive Value
Mitch Cohen is the firm’s Vice Chairman, responsible for the New York Metro Region, as well as the firm’s Network Alignment Leader.
Mitch has been with PwC for 33 years — the last 22 as a partner. During this time he served a number of Fortune 500 telecom and technology clients. He has held a variety of industry leadership roles.
In 2005, Mitch became the Global Leader for the TICE practice and served on the Global Leadership Team. He then became the Strategy Leader for the US Assurance practice in 2007, and assumed the role of US Strategy Leader in 2009, joining the US Leadership Team. In 2012, Mitch was named the New York Metro Regional Vice Chair, and became the US firm’s Network Alignment Leader in 2013.
Mitch is co-author of The Self-made Billionaire Effect: How Extreme Producers Create Massive Value.
Mitch graduated from Penn State University with a degree in accounting. He is actively involved at Penn State where he serves on the Advisory Board for the Smeal College of Business. He also serves on the Advisory Board of DonorsChoose. Mitch and his wife Carri have two children and live in Manhattan.http://www.pwc.com/us/en/self-made-billionaire-effect/index.jhtml