Roy Cohen is one of the country's leading authorities on career management and leadership development. He is a career counselor, executive coach, and generational workforce expert. For almost 14 years, he served as Goldman Sachs' sole provider of career and outplacement support. His book, The Wall Street Professional's Survival Guide, was released in June 2010 by Financial Times Press. It is the only career resource for people who work on Wall Street or for those who want to and it continues to generate considerable attention. In truth, and in number, as a career guide, it is reaching a much larger audience far beyond Wall Street. A second book is soon to be released.
Roy has appeared several times on the Today Show, CBS This Morning, Good Day NY, Fox Business, Gayle King Radio, Bloomberg TV, and CNN and was featured in the April 2012 and July 2009 issues of Money Magazine (cover story). Roy is quoted often in the press (NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, Newsday, US News, Crain's, CareerBuilder, etc), and he is a frequent guest speaker on a range of career topics. He holds an MBA from Columbia, a master's in counseling from Colgate, and an undergraduate degree from Cornell.