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Nicole Robyn Cooper

Nicole Robyn Cooper, American writer. Named Academic All American, United States Swimming, 1993; named to the United States National Open Water Swimming Team, 1991-1992; scholar, National Merit Scholarship Corporation, 1992-1997, Thomas J. Watson scholar, International Business Machines Corporation Corporation, 1992-1997. Community service chair Cloister Inn, Princeton, 1996—1997; Member of American Medical Writers Association, Sigma Phi.

Background

  • Cooper, Nicole Robyn was born on July 8, 1975 in Concord, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of James William and Vicki Cooper.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Princeton University, New Jersey, 1997.

    Career

    • Editorial assistant Simon & Schuster, Stamford, Connecticut, 1997—1998, copywriter, 1998. Medical writer Q.E.D. Communications, Hawthorne, New York, 1998—2000, editorial manager and senior medical writer, 2000—2001. Manager science communications DesignWrite, Princeton, New Jersey, 2001—2003.

      President Cooper Johnson Communications, LLC, since 2003.

    Works

    • Editor: Pathway to Control: Pairing Mechanisms With Treatment in Type 2 Diabetes, 2000, Health, Hormones, and Happiness: Creating Wellness for Midlife and Beyond, 2001, Healing Horizons in Acid Reflux Disease, 2001.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Community service chair Cloister Inn, Princeton, 1996—1997. Member of American Medical Writers Association, Sigma Phi.

    Personality

    Interests

    Swimming, writing, reading, music.

    Connections

    • father: James William
    • mother: Vicki Cooper
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    Born July 8, 1975
    (age 41)
    Nationality
    • 1997
      Princeton University
    • 1997 - 1998
      Editorial assistant, Simon & Schuster
      Stamford, Connecticut, United States
    • 1998
      medical writer, Q.E.D. Communications
      Hawthorne, New York, United States
    • 2001 - 2003
      manager, science communications DesignWrite
      Princeton, New Jersey, United States
    • 2003
      president, Cooper Johnson Communications