Noblis’ Jordin Cohen Named Senior Fellow for GWU Cyber, Homeland Security Center

Jordin Cohen
Jordin Cohen

Jordin Cohen, a director at Noblis, has been named a senior fellow for George Washington University’s center for cyber and homeland security.

The new senior fellows will work to establish priorities for research and policy analysis within two years, Noblis said Tuesday.

“I look forward to contributing to the incredibly important conversation about our nation’s security and to adding my expertise and voice to the CCHS mission,” said Cohen.

Cohen serves on the homeland security strategy and emerging threats task force.

The GW CCHS think tank, established in early 2015, conducts research and analysis on homeland security, counterterrorism and cybersecurity issues.

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