DALLAS – Dec. 15, 2023 –
Cooksey Communications, a leading North-Texas based strategic communications firm, recently promoted Dorothy White to assistant vice president and account manager in the agency’s distinguished Public Sector Practice.
White is a trusted advisor on all of Cooksey’s public sector client work, working closely with municipalities such as Allen, Plano, Richardson, Southlake and Sunnyvale, as well as on major public infrastructure initiatives such as the Trinity Regional Flood Planning Group.
“Dorothy has already made immeasurable contributions to our rapidly growing Public Sector Practice,” said Colby Walton, chairman and CEO of Cooksey Communications. “Her leadership and depth of governmental experience bolster our team’s capacity to serve clients across Texas and nationwide with a wide variety of their most critical strategic communications needs, including comprehensive communications audits and planning efforts, as well as crisis management, internal communications programs and public engagement efforts.”
White joined Cooksey in March 2023 as an account supervisor. Before joining Cooksey, White spent 20 years working for a variety of prominent, local television news stations in Texas and Alabama, including Dallas/Fort Worth’s NBC and CW affiliates and Birmingham, Alabama’s Fox affiliate. Most recently, White finished a more-than-two-decade career at the City of Garland, where she managed various disaster and crisis communication initiatives and media relations for numerous citywide programs and events as Garland’s public and media relations director.
About Cooksey Communications
Founded in 1994, Cooksey Communications is a Texas-based, strategic communications firm specializing in four core focus areas: (1) Professional Services clients such as law firms, financial services firms, A/E/C (architecture/engineering/construction) firms, and other B2B and B2G service providers; (2) Public Sector clients including governmental entities and educational institutions, as well as planning and advocacy groups dealing with critical infrastructure issues such as transportation, water supply, flooding and energy; (3) Real Estate & Development clients such as commercial and residential real estate firms and economic development agencies; and (4) Sustainability initiatives for any company or entity interested in enhancing competitiveness and resilience in a rapidly changing world. Cooksey has repeatedly been named one of the top North Texas PR firms by the Dallas Business Journal, and its team members are trusted counselors to senior executives in the sectors and areas listed above. For more information, visit www.CookseyPR.com.