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language educator , writer

Hiyaguha Rachelle Cohen is an American language educator and writer.

Background

Mrs. Cohen was born on October 10, 1951, in New York, United States. She was a daughter of David Cohen and Fay Goldsmith.

Education

Hiyaguha Cohen was a student of University of Massachusetts at Amherst, where she received her Bachelor of Science degree (summa cum laude). She did a graduate study at Smith College and at Brandeis University, both 1979.

Career

From 1981 to 1984 Mrs. Cohen worked at Syncreny, Inc., Newton, MA, as a chief writer. During the period of 1985-1987 she was appointed project coordinator at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Hiyaguha Cohen served at Spinnaker Software, Cambridge, holding the position of a chief technical writer, 1987-1988.

Since 1988 she has been a writer for In Plain English. Between 1988 and 1991 Mrs. Cohen held the posts of a president and career consultant at Great Resume. She's also known to be a guest on radio programs and public speaker. From 1987 Hiyaguha Cohen acted as an instructor in meditation at Harvard University. She also conducts free meditation workshops.

Hiyaguha Cohen was an author of comedic plays for an international amateur theater troupe. Contributor to books, including Cut Your Spending in Half without Settling for Less, Rodale Press (Emmaus, PA), 1995; and Mr. Cheap’s San Francisco, Bob Adams (Brighton, MA), 1995. She also was a contributor to magazines and newspapers, including National Employment Review, New England Getaways, Your Dog, and Education Today.

Works

Views

Quotations: "My writing draws heavily on my background in psychology, and I usually choose related subjects— careers, self-help, spirituality. I always imagine that I am writing to a particular person, and I try to write about things what will inspire, rather than frighten or discourage people. I love to entertain, as well, and I revere Dave Barry. Others who influenced my writing include my former boss, the renowned biostatistician Frederick Mosteller, who ripped apart every report I handed him, because I tended toward the wordy. I was also influenced by the mystic poet Sri Chinmoy, who says more in a simple four-line poem than I manage to say in a ten-page story. Simplicity and clarity in writing inspire me greatly. I have observed that such qualities develop only when one achieves true inner wisdom and clarity of mind."

Membership

  • past coordinator of Job Bank

    National Writers Union , United States

  • American Society of Journalists and Authors , United States

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Dogs, travel, writing, meditation, marathons.

Connections

She married Sudheya David Rosenberg (a small business consultant) in 1980.

father:
David Cohen

mother:
Fay Goldsmith

Husband:
Sudheya David Rosenberg - American - business consultant

References

  • The No-Pain Resume Workbook: A Complete Guide to Job-Winning Resumes Writing a resume doesn't have to be a stressful event. This guide contains fill-in-the-blank forms for each component of the resume, with much of the wording already provided. Writing a resume has never been easier. Includes sample resumes and cover letters, plus an optional mail-in/fax-in critique and typesetting service. Cartoons, graphics and quotations throughout.