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Sacha Cohen

Sacha Cohen is a professional writer and technology columnist. She has been a writer and editor for the past 10 years and began covering the Internet industry and technology in 1996. Sacha has written for, The Washington Post, Internet World, the Silicon Alley Reporter, AOL, Oxygen's ka-Ching,,, and

Prior to her freelance career, Sacha held key editorial positions at the Cahners Publishing Company in Chicago; the Electronic Newsstand ( in Washington, DC; and the American Society for Training & Development (ASTD) in Alexandria, VA.

In 1998, while working in both an editorial and business development capacity for, Sacha managed multimillion dollar strategic partnerships with Yahoo!, Excite and Webcrawler. She also helped to create and deploy several successful online marketing campaigns and wrote regularly about the publishing industry and media trends.

During her two-year tenure (1995-1997) as technology editor for Training & Development magazine, Sacha established a monthly column that focused on how Web technology is changing the human resource profession, corporate training, and recruiting. While at T&D, Sacha wrote extensively about intranets, learning technologies and the emergence of the virtual workplace. She also established and maintained Training & Development magazine's Web presence, was a member of ASTD's advisory committee on learning technologies, and published a 20-page guide to intranets for the association's acclaimed Infoline series.

Sacha is a member of the National Press Club, DC Web Women, and the New Media Society. She holds a bachelor's degree in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


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