Allison Cook is a 5-time concussion survivor who passionately advocates for Brain Injury Awareness. She has spoken to hundreds of people all across the country about her battle with Post Concussive Syndrome and the importance of brain health.
Allison Cook is a Cum Laude and Honor's Program Graduate from the Oregon Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences and Minors in Business and Medical Sociology.
Allison Cook is Clinical Imaging Specialist III for GE Healthcare providing technical and clinical training to physicians and other medical professionals on mobile fluoroscopic X-Ray machines; more commonly known as C-Arms.
Allison Cook is a basketball and volleyball referee. She was the youngest person to ever officiate the OSAA 2A State Basketball Championship Tournament in Pendleton, OR. Allison is also a Division I and Division II Volleyball Lines Judge.
Allison Cook is a classically trained violinist who has transitioned into fiddle and improvisational styles. She began her training at age 5 through the Suzuki Method and eventually expanded into orchestral performance, musical theory, and solo endeavors.
Allison Cook is a lover of sunflowers, sparkles, and Jesus. She enjoys country music, trips to the beach, and is a caretaker for 15 plants. Allison is a former collegiate volleyball athlete and a sports fanatic! She is an accomplished collegiate referee, model, and electric violinist.