As a consultant with The Cohl Group, Zoe Cohl combines experience in anthropology, economics, and design, contributing to the groups’ projects through qualitative and quantitative research design and analysis. Over the past five years, Zoë has contributed her skills in naming, brand architecture, communications and interactive strategy, targeted messaging, and design on research, development, and identity projects for Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, Sarah Lawrence College, The Indian School of Business, and Washington University in St. Louis, Cooper Union, and CleanBrands/MicronOne.
Zoë attended Cornell University, studying developmental cognitive neuroscience, behavioral economics, and policy analysis in the College of Human Ecology. She is a member of the Psi Chi and Phi Theta Kappa academic honors societies. She is currently writing behavioral economics text Decision-Making: Turning Planning Into Action and a guidebook for returning students. Zoë is also the undefeated, reigning Cornell Iron Chef.