Yehuda Cohen is an entrepreneur who has worked as a veteran operations executive for over 30 years. He joined Adaptive Testing Technologies in 2012 to bring their new paradigm of behavioral adaptive testing
(CAT-MH™) to market. Today their clients include hospitals, universities, state foster care systems, Veterans Administration, DOD, substance abuse clinics and emergency departments. Their tests are also being used internationally in population health projects. Yehuda is a U.S. patent holder and a scientific publication co-author. He has served as president of the Michigan Ross Club of Chicago and is a recipient of the Michigan Ross Bert F. Wertman Alumni Service Award. He and his wife Ellen live in Chicago and are the proud parents of Wolverine Joe Cohen '19.