Andy Cook, Ed.D.

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Dr. Andy Cook is an organizational development consultant and executive coach, focusing on leadership, professional, and group development.  He has worked in the training and organizational space for more than 20 years, with specialized experience in healthcare, financial services and manufacturing. He has been a member of the MODL faculty since 2012.

For Andy, nothing is greater than helping students get to those "a-ha!" moments when learning happens, and things move from the conceptual into real-world application. He truly enjoys facilitating those opportunities for his students through sharing his experience, and learning not just with his students, but also from them.

A self-described lifelong learner, Dr. Cook earned his Doctor of Education at Drexel University, with a concentration in Creativity and Innovation, a Master of Science in Organizational Development & Leadership from St. Joseph’s University, and undergraduate degrees in marketing and journalism from the Pennsylvania State University. He is a board member of the Eastern PA Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and an International Coach Federation (ICF)-credentialed executive coach.

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