FRANKLIN C. COOK - RESUME
RELEVANT WORK HISTORY
Pacific Northwest Foundation: Founding President 1988-1994; CEO February, 1994-Present; $3.5 million asset family foundation; report to Board of Directors. Assistant Director of Research, 1996-Present. Projects, all of which are ongoing but with varying start dates, include:
- Assisting the Director of Research with her projects
- Nonprofit resources
- Self-evaluation processes for nonprofit boards of directors
- Effective giving methods for individual contributors to nonprofit ventures
- Web site design and content
Oregon Health Sciences University, Clinical Engineering Department, (under contract with First Page, Inc.) Member of three person Administrative Team, April 1996-September 1998; shared responsibility for maintaining roughly 16,000 equipment data base, purchasing, shipping/receiving, and general management support; report to Department Chairman.
Iron Mountain: Special Projects/Team Leader March 1994-October 1994; world's largest records storage/management company, closely held, reported to Central Region V. P./Director of Operations.
South Coast Foundation: Grants Administrator 1988-1991; $2.5 million asset family foundation, reported to Board of Directors.
Natural Heritage Foundation: Grants Administrator 1988-1991, $2.5 million asset private foundation; reported to Board of Directors.
Cook Brothers Educational Fund: Founding President 1973-1984, Grants Administrator 1984-1991; $8 million family foundation, reported to Board of Directors.
TR-3 Industries: President 1981-1983; Executive Vice President 1979-1980, $3 million annual revenue, NASDAQ manufacturer; reported to Board of Directors/President.
Cook Brothers Equipment Company: Special Assistant to the Chairman of the Board 1971-1976; $100 million annual revenue, closely held manufacturer.
United States Senate: Washington, D. C. aide to Senator Mark O. Hatfield 1969-1973; reported to the Senator.