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Dr. Betty Ann Cook Honored as South Cobb Citizen of the Year

May 21, 2013

South Cobb Citizen of the Year

On Thursday, May 16, 2013, The Cobb Chamber and the South Cobb Rotary Club honored Dr. Betty Ann Cook as the 2013 South Cobb Citizen of the Year. Dr. Cook received this award for her outstanding commitment to the Cobb community. The South Cobb Citizen of the Year award honors an individual who has made a lasting impact in the community and serves as a role model in the area.

Dr. Cook currently serves as the Executive Director for Community Outreach at Chattahoochee Technical College, where she focuses on fostering long term relationships with businesses, community leaders, faith-based and civic organizations, community groups, government entities and agencies, and schools. Previously, Dr. Cook served as the acting dean of the Austell Camps, the college’s ombudsperson and as the special assistant to the president for international affairs. She has also coordinated many projects, including an immersion program with South Korea, “Experience America in Cobb.”

According to her colleague, Linda Hoynes, “Dr. Betty Ann is a wonderful example to our young ladies on the importance of education. She is a community advocate for South Cobb. She is the perfect example of one who shares her time and talents for the good of the community.”

In addition to her career at Chattahoochee Technical College, Dr. Cook is actively involved with the Cobb NAACP, the 2013 Cobb Library Foundation Board, Cobb Faith Partnership Board and Grace Faith Ministries Board.

The Cobb Chamber is pleased to honor Dr. Cook as the South Cobb Citizen of the Year!


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