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Name: Lori Cowen
Lori Cowen
Title: Senior Acquisitions Product Manager
Disciplines: Contren Learning Series
Phone Number: 201-236-7783
Email Address: lori.cowen@pearson.com
Where I was born: White Plains, NY
Where I grew up: NY suburbs
Where I went to school: Binghamton University Class of 1986; Psychology major with a Certificate in Business
My family: Married 20 years to Husband Dave, Financial Analyst with U.S. Trust in Manhattan
Pets: none
My life before Pearson: I joined Prentice Hall 2 weeks after graduating college so my life before Pearson was as a student.
I've worked at Pearson for: 23 years.
What I like most about my job: Every day is different and I'm always learning new things.
What I like least about my job: PPS
My favorite NSM: I've been to so many that it's hard to distinguish them all; I'd probably have to say that I enjoyed the years where we alternated between Ft. Lauderdale and Marco Island because I love the beach and it was nice to take a break and see the ocean if only for 10 minutes.  And the weather was always warm!  In recent years I have enjoyed both meetings at the Desert Ridge JW Marriott in Phoenix.  Dallas was definitely the coldest!
My favorite color: purple
My favorite food: pizza
My favorite restaurant: Andiamo, Haworth, NJ
Bob's Deli or Chipotle? Chipotle
My favorite book: Eat. Pray. Love. Elizabeth Gilbert
My favorite Pearson book: The Mind at Work (Penguin)
My favorite sports team: NY Giants
My favorite holiday: July 4th
My favorite song: Right now it's "Backwards Down the Numberline" by Phish
My favorite musician/band: Counting Crows
My favorite movie: American Beauty (Kevin Spacey)
My favorite TV show: Late Night with David Letterman
My favorite vacation: Maui, Hawaii
My favorite city: Charleston, SC
My favorite Pearson city: Boston
Is the glass half full or half empty? half full
If I won $120 million in the Powerball lottery, I would: start my own charitable foundation
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