John-Cogging

John Coggin

Communications Specialist, CEE, CollabraLink Technologies, Inc.
P: 301-734-1254
E: john.coggin@noaa.gov

Address:
NOAA Climate Program Office
1315 East-West Hwy, SSMC-3, Room 12117
Silver Spring, MD 20910

John Coggin holds a bachelor's degree from Yale University and a master's degree from Maryland School of Public Policy. He has worked in clean energy communications and policy in the government, nonprofit, and private sectors. 

In addition to government communications, he writes biography, essays, short stories, and poetry. His first book, an authorized biography of Florida statesman Lawton Chiles, Walkin' Lawton, was published in 2012 by Florida Historical Society. He co-manages the John Dos Passos Literary Estate and serves on the advisory board of the John Dos Passos Society. 

Coggin was born and raised in Annapolis, Maryland, and loves the Chesapeake Bay region. 


Contact

Biography
P: (301) 734-1207
F: (301) 713-0518
E: david.herring@noaa.gov

Hunter Allen *
Data Visualization and GIS Specialist, Collabralink Technologies Inc
P: 404-213-0380
E: hunter.allen@noaa.gov

Elizabeth Bridgwater
Hollings Scholar/Summer Intern
P: 301-734-1238
E: elizabeth.bridgwater
@noaa.gov

LuAnn Dahlman *
Science Writer & Editor, CEE, Collabralink Technologies Inc.
P: 480-984-8860
E: luann.dahlman@noaa.gov

John Coggin*
Communications Specialist, CEE, CollabraLink Technologies, Inc.
P: 301-734-1254
E: john.coggin@noaa.gov

Tom DiLiberto *
Meteorologist, CEE, CollabraLink Technologies, Inc.
P: 301-734-1210
E: tom.diliberto@noaa.gov

Richard A Glupker *
Web Administrator/Developer, CEE, Collabralink Technologies, Inc.
P: 240-731-6492
E: richard.a.rivera@
noaa.gov

Carlyn Iverson *
Data Visualizer/Production Artist, CEE, CollabraLink Technologies, Inc.
P: 612-910-9218
E: carlyn.iverson@noaa.gov

Mary Lindsey *
Data Visualization Coordinator, CEE, Collabralink Technologies Inc.
P:301-734-1241
E: mary.lindsey@noaa.gov

Rebecca Lindsey *
Science Writer & Editor, CEE, Collabralink Technologies Inc.
P: 304-574-0628
E: rebecca.lindsey@
noaa.gov

Martha Topolnitski
Summer Intern
P: 240-429-0699
E: martha.topolnitski@
noaa.gov

Frank Niepold
Climate Education Coordinator/Senior Climate Education Program Manager, CEE
P: 240-429-0699
F: 301 713-0518
E: frank.niepold@noaa.gov

Edward Gardiner *
Engagement Specialist, Collabralink Technologies Inc.
P: 828-271-4915
E: ned.gardiner@noaa.gov

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