Richard Cohen, PHMC's President and CEO, was honored as one of this year's inductees into the Drexel 100, the university's hall of fame.

Every two years, the Drexel community bestows this highest level of alumni recognition on a small, select group of graduates whose lifetime achievements have brought great honor to Drexel University. These achievements may be professional, civic, or in service to the university. New members are elected only once every two years by the current Drexel 100 membership.

Cohen was honored as a visionary leader who has helped innovate the field of public health and nonprofit management. Cohen received a Ph.D. in social sciences/psychiatry from the Medical College of Pennsylvania, which later became part of the Drexel University College of Medicine. He has led PHMC for more than 30 years. Under his leadership, PHMC has grown to more than 2,500 employees, 350 programs and a family of affiliate organizations, serving more than 350,000 clients annually, 90 percent of who are at risk.