An Interview with Vicky Cooke

Timothy E. Gibbs
2017 Delaware journal of public health  
after a laudable career with over 45 years of non-profit management and program development experience. As a two-time breast cancer survivor, Vicky spent much of her career as an advocate on behalf of breast cancer issues in Delaware. She served as a volunteer board member of DBCC for five years, helping to raise funds and serving as a spokesperson for the organization's grassroots projects. In 2000, Vicky was hired as DBCC's first Executive Director and expanded the agency to a statewide
more » ... o a statewide organization developing programs and services that address the breast cancer needs of women and men in Delaware and the tri-state region. From breaking down barriers to mammography screening to helping to support a newly diagnosed patient, Vicky was and continues to be an engaged and highly dedicated community member.
doi:10.32481/djph.2017.06.007 pmid:34466916 pmcid:PMC8396636 fatcat:mdc4kfaeabdodecz2zaal7kmxq