Jacqueline Cook is the epitome of human resources. With the ingenuity to capitalize on the synergy between passions, Jacqueline has
established a human resource enterprise. Her story is one of triumph, perseverance and the unabashed tenacity to defy odds. Her
authentic and transparent style of leadership has garnered her accolades and respect among her peers, superiors, and subordinates.
Driven by results and motivated by achievement, with steadfast determination, she has a proven track record for success.
From serving as lead Human Resource Consultant for WE Energies to Faculty Innovator for Milwaukee Area Technical College, Cook has
relied on her keen insight, subject matter expertise, and strategic alignment to create avenues for personal and organizational
success. In combining her passion for Human Resources (HR) and education, she has crafted a path uniquely her own.
Her uncanny ability to market any company’s mission, vision and philosophy, as well as identify top talent, has propelled her to the
next level of her career. A subject matter expert, Jacqueline counsels and advises leadership on HR and corporate initiatives. As
president and CEO of J.A. Cook Consulting – The Oracle of HR Legal and Academic Services, Jacqueline offers HR services, education
and training, as well as legal consultation in matters of employment law.
Jacqueline holds a Master of Science in Administrative Leadership with a concentration on Continuing and Adult Education. A dedicated
lifelong-learner she is currently working toward a second graduate degree that focuses on legal studies with a concentration in human
resources. Relying on passion and competency to outline her destiny, Jacqueline holds certifications with SHRM – SCP and Wisconsin
Technical Colleges – Milwaukee District.
She is affiliated with numerous civic and professional organizations, including Society of Human Resource Management, American
Association of Blacks in Higher Education; Association of Black Women in Higher Education – Chicago Chapter; and Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc. She has been recognized among the elite in academia in Who’s Who in Community Colleges Higher Education; Who’s Who in
Black Milwaukee; and is a Future Milwaukee Leadership Development Program alumnae.