Jeffrey Paul Cohen nominated for North Shore Water Reclamation District Trustee - Ward 5 for the November 2020 election

  • Jeffrey Cohen, candidate, taken in 2020Motophoto, Glenview Illinois

    Jeffrey Cohen, candidate, taken in 2020Motophoto, Glenview Illinois

 
Jeffrey Cohen
Updated 6/16/2020 11:06 AM

Highland Park, Illinois - Illinois Smart Government today announced that Jeffrey Cohen has been nominated to run for North Shore Water Reclamation District Trustee - Ward 5. If elected, Jeffrey will be one of five elected officials who provide oversight.

Jeffrey is and has been a resident in this ward since 2012. This ward includes Highland Park, Deerfield, Highwood, Fort Sheridan, and southern Lake Forest in Lake County, Illinois.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Jeffrey has significant corporate experience in executive leadership. You can learn more about his corporate experience in his LinkedIn profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-cohen-2050053/

Jeffrey will use his executive experience to effectively and efficiently manage this important municipal asset and organization to keep our waterways, environment and lakeshore clean and safe. Jeffrey will minimize future property tax increases. Jeffrey will do this by helping to oversee budgets, capital spending projects, strategic planning, overall vision.

Jeffrey is an economics graduate from the University of Chicago with a Masters in Management from Northwestern University. He has completed four classes towards a PhD in Management Sciences from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He is currently the President of US Advanced Computing Infrastructure, Inc., a technology consulting firm focused on quantum computing.

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