Board of Directors
|Jack Cohen – At Large|
|In 2003, Jack became the Executive Director of Butler County Tourism & Convention Bureau (BCTCB). Since 2003, Jack’s dedication and vision have been instrumental in the growth of the Bureau. Perhaps one of Jack’s most notable contributions to Butler County is the conceptualization of the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival. Since its conception in 2009 and the first event in 2011, the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival has become one of the most anticipated events of the year and attracts Jeep enthusiasts from all over the continent.
In addition to his role as President of BCTCB, Jack dedicates his time to several other associations that over the years, have assisted him in the positive promotion and growth of Butler County. Jack is Chair of the Pennsylvania Destination Marketing Organization for the Pennsylvania Tourism and Lodging Association and has served as the Vice President of the Community Development Corporation of Butler County since 2012. He is also a Board Member of the Moraine Preservation Fund and the Cranberry Township Sister Cities Association with Haiyang, China.
Jack resides in Cranberry Township with his wife of 38 years and enjoys spending time with his ever-growing family of three children and five grandchildren.