Jeri Ann Cook

Jeri Ann Cook

About Jeri Ann Cook

Jeri Ann Cook is the Board Member at the Women's Leadership Network. Jeri Ann Cook can be contacted via phone at jacook@sunstonebookkeeping.com or via email at jacook@sunstonebookkeeping.com. Jeri Ann completed her MBA at Tulane University in 1996. She has held leadership roles in charitable community-service organizations including International Women’s Club chapter of Sofia, Bulgaria and Woodcraft Folk in London, England, where she came to appreciate the need for well-kept books to enable smooth operations of an organization. Jeri Ann is a member of the American Institute of Certified Bookkeepers, the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers USA, and the American Pet Professionals.

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Women's Leadership Network

Women's Leadership Network

Bridgeport Regional Business Council

Bridgeport Regional Business Council

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