Andrew Cook MBA ’09 Accepts Fellowship at Huntington University

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June 19, 2016

Andrew Cook MBA ’09
has accepted a position as a Fellow for the Institute for Leadership and Counseling at Huntington University. Cook currently serves as the executive director of operations for Willow Creek Association (WCA).

Cook earned his master's degree in business administration from the Brennan School of Business at Dominican University. Cook serves on the board of directors of Lenawee Christian Ministries and is a past member of the Professional Convention Management Association.

As a member of the administrating body of the Institute, each Fellow is charged with academic oversight, instruction and advancing the development of the graduate-level programs. The Fellows will also provide a number of benefits for the students. Each Fellow is an expert practitioner in one of the Institute's programs, practicing in a fashion which exhibits Christian excellence. The cross-discipline exposure (counseling, coaching, and leadership) will widen the context of practice for the students and serve as potential network opportunities for students.

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