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Rosenberg brings research expertise to Coleman
The data that recently graduated Jonah Rosenberg collects and analyses will help Coleman clients make the best possible decisions.
Market research analyst Jonah Rosenberg.

Highland Park, Illinois-based aircraft brokerage Coleman Jet Solutions has appointed Jonah Rosenberg to the role of market research analyst; the company provides technical, regulatory and financial advisory services.

Prior to joining the company, Rosenberg worked in commercial real estate and concert promotion, where he coordinated with Chicago officials, community advocates and musicians. He recently graduated from Dickinson College with a degree in Middle East Studies, supplying him with a wealth of knowledge about world commerce. His passion for aviation and interest in diverse cultures gives him the ability to communicate with people in aviation and around the world.

“Our clients can make the best possible decisions with the data Jonah collects and analyses,” says president David Coleman. “We are excited to have him on the team.”

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