Dillon Cohen is an art collector and angel investor. Previously, he co-founded and was the managing partner of Carlin Ventures, an early stage venture fund with an emphasis on mobile and enterprise software, entertainment and double bottom line investing. Before Carlin, he worked in educational technology with New York City public schools, first at Columbia Teachers College’s Institute for Learning Technologies and then at the Edwin Gould Foundation for Children, supporting Sponsors for Educational Opportunity’s and Clearpool’s technology efforts with underserved youth. He has a BA in Art History from Stanford and an MIA from Columbia’s School of International Affairs with dual concentrations in Finance and Environmental Policy. He joined CWP’s board because he believes that art can truly transform students’ lives and that CWP is phenomenal at reaching out to the most needy students.
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