Sacha Cohen is a dynamic, experienced and sought-after communications expert and former journalist with deep roots in digital media, content strategy, PR, and marketing. She is the founder of Grassfed Media, a holistic “un-agency” that is committed to supporting and elevating conscious companies and organizations that have a positive impact on our world.
Her primary areas of focus are strategic communications, content strategy, and media relations
Sacha’s clients have included The Partnership for a Healthier American, The American Kidney Fund, The World Bank Group, Spaeth Hill Design, National Geographic, Equinox Restaurant, Soupergirl, DC VegFest, and The Foundation for Art and Preservation in Embassies.
Prior to Grassfed Media, Sacha was the director of digital media at the Corporation for National and Community Service, where she created the organization's first digital media department and oversaw a multi-million-dollar website redesign. In addition to overseeing digital and social media strategy and policy, Sacha's team managed Serve.gov, President Obama's call to service website. Sacha’s team worked closely with First Lady Michelle Obama's staff on the Joining Forces initiative.
Sacha has held senior-level communications positions at AARP, Cahner’s Publishing, The Association for Talent Development (formerly ASTD), Rosetta Stone, and The Magazine Group, where she helped launch the original Food Network Magazine. Sacha has also been published in AARP the Magazine, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, The Food Network Magazine, Washingtonian, Kiplinger.com, USA Today, Glamour, Gourmet, Cosmopolitan, and others.
When not championing her clients, Sacha writes about women’s issues and wellness and hosts women’s wellness events.