Timmery Cook joined Student Affairs as well as the Student
Inclusion and Diversity team in 2016, and serves as the Student Inclusion and
Diversity Special Projects Coordinator. She serves as a helpful resource for
the students and provides information and assistance with specifics such as:
- Coordinate the implementation of health careers
programs/activities for high school and college students who are interested in
pursuing a graduate degree science and/or health profession, especially
- Assist in data collection and evaluating programs for
effectiveness and long term tracking.
- Serve as the liaison for student clubs and
organizations such as Student National Medical Association (SNMA), Latino
Medical Student Association (LMSA), and Cultural Awareness Committee (CAC) to
promote existing events and identify new opportunities.
- Assist in recruitment, coordination, evaluation, and
overall support of the Biomedical Science Premedical Post Baccalaureate
- Assist students with room reservations in BGCME
- Collaborate with other education programs for grant
opportunities and partnerships.
- Assist and implement with House events for students.
Before joining the Student Affairs staff, Timmery earned a
Bachelor’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health and
Nutrition at East Carolina University. Timmery is interested in seeking a
Master’s degree in Public Health with a concentration in Health Education and
Health Behavior. Timmery was an intern at Eastern Area Health Education Center,
where she assisted the AHEC team with Pipeline programs for high school
students, coordinated events, and participated in evaluation.
Affairs/Student Inclusion & Diversity Special Projects Coordinator
Location: Bowman Gray
Center for Medical Education, 2nd Floor, Suite 220: 2234E