Joy Cook...that's me!
Joy Cook is an experienced professional in making and fostering relationships through digital engagement. This has placed her among top professionals in managing the online community. Affectionately, titled “Ms. Twitter” by the front page of the Greensboro News and Record, Joy has positioned herself as one of the area’s top authorities on Twitter.
Joy took her Twitter talents to the White House when she was selected as one of the influential invitees by the President of the United States, Barack Obama, to attend the arrival ceremony of the Prime Minister of Great Britain as a White House Tweetup participant.
Joy serves on the Board of Directors for the Black Child Development Institute and on the Alumni Association Board of Directors for the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Joy, is an advocate for education and Chairs the Spartan Legislative Network, Young Democratic Chair of the 12th Congressional District, and Delegate to the Democratic National Convention. Also, she is a current Institute of Political Leadership Fellow and a member of the Public Relations Society of America- Triad Chapter. She’s a hands-on leader with extensive experience working across diverse industries who is able to keep focus and be productive. This Innovative strategic thinker, global volunteer and experienced publicist is well versed in why trends really do matter.
Joy Cook is Director of Strategic Communications at a Greensboro Non-Profit Agency and a graduate degree candidate at High Point University.