Commissioner Cook is in her second term and will run for re-election in 2024.
CAPCOG's Clean Air Coalition –representative for Williamson County on this association working to improve air quality related to ozone and particulate matter (quarries, lime, and concrete plants in Region). Central Texas Clean Air Coalition (CAC) | Capital Area Council of Governments
CAPCOG's Capital Area Regional Transportation Planning Organization – 2023 vice chair and representative for Williamson County to focus on central Texas roads, corridors, highways, and all things transportation. Capital Area Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CARTPO) | Capital Area Council of Governments
WilCo Recovery-Oriented System of Care, ROSC – committed member of this wide consortium of counselors, housing specialists, professionals for mental health and substance use disorders, and non-profits with foci on treating mental health and/or substance use disorders. Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care | Texas Health and Human Services
Women in Transportation – Heart of Texas Chapter member – engaged, networking and learning through this powerful and fun all-things-transportation organization. Heart of Texas | WTS
Williamson County Homeless Coalition –member providing support and seeking solutions to end homelessness in Wilco.
East Williamson County Coalition – member helping identify needs and services and securing resources and funding for this portion of the county.
United Way of Greater Austin Success by 6 – working group member to identify schools and funding sourced with which they could implement programs to enroll children years prior to entering kindergarten in programs which result in the kids being healthy, happy and ready to succeed in school and life by the time they enter kindergarten. Success by 6 - United Way For Greater Austin
- Master's Degree, Biomedical Engineering, Duke University
- Bachelor's Degree, Biochemistry, East Carolina University
Commissioner Cook can be found often giving speeches, writing poems, and telling stories in support of many HOAs and non-profit organizations in Williamson County, including Hope Alliance, Helping Hands of Georgetown, United Way, the Round Rock Serving Center, and regional organizations such as Workforce Solutions Rural Capital Area and Texas State Technical College. If she can help, she’ll be there.
To lead pro-actively on the Williamson County Commissioners Court while advocating for the constituents of Precinct 1 and the county at-large from a foundation of collaboration and respect.
To transform Williamson County government into a more accessible, responsive, transparent, and well-managed organization for our residents, so that we become the community recognized as the best in central Texas to live and enjoy.
Accountability, commitment, integrity, and respect form the core values that guide the Williamson County Commissioner Precinct 1 office.