President & CEO

Birthplace:Washington, D.C.

College:B.A. Vanderbilt, MBA Loyola

As our fearless, compassionate leader, Jeff founded COHN in 2000 to provide clients with a strategic approach to their marketing needs. With extensive experience working with agencies on the corporate side, Jeff wanted to create the agency he always wished he was able to hire: strategic and brand driven with extraordinary creative services.

Brands Worked On

Kaiser Permanente, Craig Hospital, Phillips Edison, Exempla (now SCL Health), One Daytona, Credit Union of Colorado, Pena Station Next, SolaBev, Owens Corning, Fruit of the Loom, Neiman Marcus’ Christmas Book

Previous Companies

The Rouse Company, Infinitee, Neiman Marcus, Publix

Industry Experience

Community Development, Corporate/REIT, Financial Real Estate, Homebuilders, Office/Commercial/Mixed-Use, Retail Real Estate, Destinations, Food & Beverage (Consumer & B2B), Premier Shopping, Travel & Tourism, B2B2C, Franchises, Government

Things you might not know about Jeff Cohn

Cities lived in:

D.C. suburbs, Ft. Lauderdale, Nashville, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Denver, New Orleans, and Austin

Unexpected fun fact:

Grew up spending summers on Chesapeake Bay crabbing and fishing.

Favorite foods:

Any food in New Orleans!

A really big accomplishment:

Creating COHN and leading it for 20+ years (what else?!).

Why marketing?

Because it lets us use a combination of business strategy and creativity to help companies achieve their goals and objectives. I love our company and our business.



Chief Operating Officer

Birthplace:Minneapolis, MN

College:University of Colorado at Boulder

Overseeing operations for the entire agency requires a 360-degree understanding of every aspect of our business, which is why we are so fortunate that Ali Lego’s background in marketing is truly all encompassing. This industry veteran has experience at small agencies, big agencies, and everything in between. Ali has a deep understanding of the marketing machine and has worked in nearly every imaginable category.