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Akosua Cook

City of Chattanooga - Parks and Outdoors
Parks Planner
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Akosua Cook is a Parks Planner for the City of Chattanooga where she develops park plans and identifies and prioritizes urban open space and park improvement projects for capital funding and then leads the design and construction processes for park projects approved within the five-year Capital Improvement Plan. She graduated from Auburn University in 2005 with master’s degrees in Public Administration and Community Planning. After graduation she moved to Orlando to work as a land use planner, eventually making her way to Chattanooga in 2012 to work for the Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency and taking the leap over to park planning in 2016. Chattanooga was selected to participate in the first cohort of 10 Minute Walk Planning and Technical Assistance grantees and for the last years Akosua’s work has focused on furthering Chattanooga’s efforts to create greater access to parks for its residents, especially our most vulnerable our children.
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