Kathryn Cooke Bio, Wiki
Kathryn Cooke is a Student Research Assistant at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University and Outreach and Communications Intern at Cornell Lab of Ornithology. She is renown for being the daughter of Denise D’Ascenzo a WSFB-TV news anchor and a fixture on Connecticut television screens who is reported to have died suddenly and unexpectedly on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 WSFB-TV. She was 61 years old.
Kathryn Cooke Education
According to her LinkedIn, she is undertaking Bachelor of Science in the Field of Environmental and Sustainability Sciences at Cornell University. She joined the institution in 2017 and is expected to graduate in 2020. Her activities and societies include CALS Ambassadors, Cornell University Sustainable Design, Cornell Sustainability Consultants, Cornell Chapter of the American Meteorological Society (Publicity Chair), Cornell Environmental Collaborative Concentration in Environmental Economics. Minors in Business, Climate Change, and Leadership. Dean’s List.
Kathryn is a former student at the University of Vermont where she studied Environmental Science from 2016 to 2017. At the Univesity, she was the Recipient of Presidential Scholarship. Named to Dean’s List for all semesters in attendance.
Kathryn did her post-graduate in Choate Rosemary Hall from 2015 to 2016. Her Activities and Societies include: Environmental Immersion Program at Kohler Environmental Center (completed independent research on the viability of compost tea as organic fertilizer); Girl’s Varsity Crew
Kathryn went to Branford High School from 2011 to 2015. Her activities and societies: National Honor Society, World Language National Honor Society, Student Newspaper, Yearbook, Model Congress, Science Olympiad, Environmental Club, Chemistry Club, and Physics Club.\
Kathryn Cooke Career
According to her Facebook and Linkedln, she is a Student Research Assistant at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University and Outreach and Communications Intern at Cornell Lab of Ornithology. She started working as the Project Manager, COSA from Aug 2019. She is leading a team of students in a collaboration with the Committee on Sustainability Assessment (COSA) to research and document the sustainability commitments and supplier requirements of many of the largest coffee roasters, retailers and suppliers in the United States.
She also says that she is in the Cornell University Sustainable Design (CUSD) Education & Outreach Team Member, Alternative Recycling Cornell (ARC) as of Aug 2019. Her roles include developing a STEM and sustainability-focused curriculum for fourth-grade students at Belle Sherman Elementary School in Ithaca, NY, in addition to researching and designing a system to mediate plastic pollution in Banko, Mali, in partnership with Mali University.
Kathryn Cooke Parents
Kathryn Cooke’s parents are Denise D’Ascenzo and Wayne Cooke. Her mother, Denise who worked as a WSFB-TV news anchor and a fixture on Connecticut television screens who is reported to have died suddenly and unexpectedly on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 WSFB-TV. She was 61 years old. Wayne’s family “ran Hilltop Orchards for years,” an Independent article reveals. At some point, according to the article, “Cooke and his family took the orchard down and replaced it with a hayfield.”
Denise sometimes shared photos of their daughter, Kathryn, on Facebook.
Denise D’Ascenzo Death & Cause
Denise D’Ascenzo passed away on Saturday, December 7th, 2019 in her Connecticut home. She was 61 years old. WFSB announced her death in a statement: “The grief we are all feeling is immeasurable,” WFSB said. “We are devastated for her husband and daughter who were her whole life. There are no words that could begin to summarize this loss for our WFSB family.”