Dori Bibb-Cook, M.Ed.



Education, Equity, and Empowerment Specialist dedicated to the sustainability of inclusive and equitable communities.
  • Advanced Professional Educator's Certification
    Credentialed certification with highly-qualified status and Master's level education and training.
    Maryland (Jan 2022)
  • Marymount University
    Aug 2021 - Jun 2024
    Degree: Educational Leadership and Organizational Innovations
    GPA: 4.0
  • Auburn University
    Aug 2004 - Dec 2006
    Degree: Special Education and Rehabilitation
    Major: Early Childhood Special Education
    GPA: 3.2
  • University of Alabama at Birmingham
    Sep 1996 - Jun 1999
    Degree: Behavioral and Social Sciences
    Major: Women Studies
    Minor: Biology
  • Putting the Pieces Together: Accommodations and Modifications. (Oct 2012)

    Educational Conference in Saint Maarten to address creating inclusive and equitable learning environments for a diversified community of learners.

  • Founder and Director (Sep 2017)

    Early Childhood Autism Center at Elsie Stokes Freedom Public Charter School for students in grades pre-K through second grade within a dual-language program. Improved student academic and behavioral skills and coached teaching staff to create inclusive and equitable learning environments.

  • Best Selling Author (Jul 2019)

  • Best Selling Author (Nov 2019)

  • Junior League of Washington, DC
  • Kappa Delta Pi
  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Pi Lambda Theta
  • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
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  • Books
  • Creative Writing
  • Education
  • Music-Voice and Dance
  • Swimming
  • Women's Health
Bibb Cook Consulting, LLC

Bibb Cook Consulting, PLLC is a premier equity firm that seeks to create and sustain inclusive and equitable systems. With a background in behavioral analysis and individualized educational plans, my firm is equipped with the expertise to develop frameworks that yield diverse and equitable results for both learner and facilitator. 

BCC provides consulting services to institutions to create more equitable systems for all individuals. Previously, the curator and director of the Autism Program at Elsie Stokes FPCS of Washington, DC, where students with Autism and other emotional or social-emotional and communication needs received support through programs such as Zones of Regulation and ABA strategies for equitable educational access. BCC's approach provides equitable and inclusive educational settings that support a more significant number of students, increase teaching staff's effective collaboration and improve school-wide student achievement.

In response to many families' school-based needs for their students during the Pandemic, BCC provided its first set of Pandemic Pods, providing tutoring services for kindergarten through third grade in an inclusive virtual setting. Consistent, intensive, and individualized support and interventions will improve your student's academic outcomes, and the virtual classroom provided parents with an alternative during the Covid-19 Pandemic. These virtual classrooms continue to provide students with the support they need to improve their reading skills. 

Schedule a consultation with BCC to discuss your students' learning support needs

As of July 2021, BCC decided to increase its impact on equitable access to education and partnered with a women's empowerment agent, Nacr3:Strength.Resilient.Sparkle! to focus on writing and expanding the access, exposure, and focus on Black authors. BCC began its first publishing endeavor with Grace Under Pressure through its partner, Nacr3:Strength.Resilience.Sparkle! This is the first of many more books and Black Author's publications.