Perry Cohen Named to AUNE Board of Trustees

Perry Cohen, vice president of human resources at C&S Wholesale Grocers in Keene, New Hampshire, and a resident of West Chesterfield, New Hampshire, has been appointed to the board of trustees at Antioch University New England (AUNE).

Cohen is the fourth generation of her family to work in C&S. She started in the family business as a selector in the warehouses, advanced to vice president of operations for the West Coast and is now responsible for leadership development and career-path planning.

“I am thrilled that Perry Cohen has agreed to serve on the Antioch University New England board of trustees,” said AUNE President David Caruso. “She will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience from both the business community and academia that will contribute much to the work of the board and to AUNE and its future.”

Cohen is a doctoral student in the University of Maryland’s Department of Physical Cultural Studies program. She earned an MS in sports administration at the University of New Mexico and a BA in fine arts at the University of Pennsylvania. She was assistant director of athletics, and taught history and photography at the Darrow School in New Lebanon, New York.

Cohen has taught Sport in American Society and Women in Sport at the graduate and undergraduate levels, has presented papers at national and international conferences and has published a book chapter.

The 15-member board of trustees oversees the management, governance and philanthropic advancement of the AUNE campus.

Find out more about the AUNE Board of Trustees here.

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