Richard S. Cohen is President of The Walden Group, Inc., a merger and acquisition advisory firm specializing in the healthcare industry. After working as a corporate lawyer and an executive at a private equity firm, he has, for the past 25-plus years, been advising medical technology companies in developing and completing corporate acquisition transactions. He is involved in many nonprofit pursuits: President of Marcia's Light Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit named after his late wife that fosters grassroots relationship-building among people of diverse backgrounds; advises El Centro Hispano, Inc., an organization that provides a broad spectrum of supportive services for the Hispanic Community; advises Mentoring in Medicine, Inc., a nonprofit that assists underprivileged African-American and other minority students in entering healthcare professions; and is on the Board of Muslim Jewish Advisory Council/New York. For many years he chaired Muslim Outreach for American Jewish Committee/Westchester-Fairfield, where he created and led many inter-cultural gatherings including an annual "We are all Immigrants" Passover dinner. Richard has a B.A. from Cornell University, a J.D. from New York University School of Law, where he was an editor of the Law Review, and attended the Leonard Stern School of Business at NYU.