A contract employee on assignment at the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. State Department, she is the director of E-GOALS, the bureau’s online survey and performance measurement system.
Cheryl’s success story exemplifies why millions of people choose to work as temporary and contract employees for U.S. staffing firms: choice of assignments, valuable training, and scheduling flexibility.
The flexibility of her position gives Cheryl the time to do the work she is most inspired by—working in the community as a cultural competence trainer. She also has returned to school to pursue a master’s degree and doctorate at Howard University.
Cheryl Cook was 2006 National Staffing Employee of the Year.
Watch a video and learn how staffing has given Cheryl the opportunity to pursue her dreams.