Jack Cohen

Jack Cohen

Graduate Student Trustee
Term: 2020-2022

Jack Cohen is a third semester MBA candidate at the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business.

He completed his undergraduate degree in International Business with a focus in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management from the University of North Texas. During this time, he was a part of the Eagle Ambassadors who specialize in the recruitment and retention of students in the university and work with the Office of the President to provide a student’s perspective to guests, donors, and alumni of the university. He also served as chair of the community service committee of the Delta Kappa Chapter of Phi Sigma Pi national honor fraternity.

After graduation he worked in Las Colinas, Texas based Flowserve Corporation in various levels of responsibility within the supply chain supporting the Latin America region.

From there, Jack moved to Los Angeles to become part of Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) to work on their New Production Introduction supply chain team. During his time at SpaceX he was involved in the first Falcon 9 first stage booster landing on a floating drone ship, the first development methane burning Raptor Engine,  the first Environmental Control and Life Support System module in Dragon 2, and helped the team build and launch the first 60 Starlink Constellation satellites.

In 2019 Jack moved to Cincinnati to become the Structural Castings Commercial Leader for General Electric’s Aviation Business. He has a deep appreciation for the city’s historic past, relishes in the welcoming nature of the Queen City’s natives, and has quickly become a fan of the local professional sporting teams.

When Jack is not at work or at school, he enjoys spending time with his wife Morgan, his 2 dogs, Wilkie and Toby, and 2 horses Cee-Square and Ranch Hand.