Todd Cohen, a veteran journalist, has reported on the charitable world for 23 years. The News & Observer in Raleigh called Todd “arguably the foremost authority on philanthropy and nonprofits in North Carolina.” Todd is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he received a bachelor’s degree in English, and the New England School of Law in Boston. In 1993, he launched the Philanthropy Journal. He served through 2012 as editor and publisher of the Journal, which was the first statewide newspaper in the U.S. to report on the charitable world. Todd created Philanthropy North Carolina in 2012 to provide writing, communications support and advisory services to nonprofits, foundations and higher education, and to consulting firms and other businesses that work with charities and philanthropic organizations.