Vicky Cooke

Vicky Cooke

Cardinal Creative Company

If you're looking for the perfect voice... you've found it. Several years ago, Southwestern Bell (SBC) (merged with AT&T) auditioned over 250 women nationwide to find the right voice to represent their company – warm, sincere, friendly and helpful. They chose Vicky Cooke as the primary voice for their IVR messages.

Vicky's voice sells cars, banking services, ice cream, health services, outdoor mowers, groceries, insurance... and the list goes on. She does everything from commercials, industrial videos, on-hold messages, IVR's and multimedia presentations to web audio and more.

If you're not looking for just another pretty voice and want to know something about the person behind that voice, here's what you should know:

Vicky Cooke can write, produce and voice your commercial message with flair. She's an Addy Award winning writer, producer and vocal performer. She is also an experienced media buyer, having bought television and radio airtime for the past three decades.

With life as her teacher, Vicky Cooke has been an associate producer on the award winning documentary series Oil in Oklahoma, a statewide news anchor on the local PBS affiliate and broadcast media coordinator for the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department. She has done morning drive-time radio for one of the top stations in the Oklahoma City market, hosted public affairs shows on both radio and television, and was promotions manager for the local FOX affiliate, doing more award winning promotions than any other FOX station in the country. Vicky Cooke marketed, wrote and produced the state-wide television show Discover Oklahoma for five years. She has written four novels that are pending publication: Night Scope, Night Travel, Good Night, Whoever You Are, and Good Morning, What's Your Name?

She's a summa cum laude graduate of Emerson College in Boston with a Bachelor's degree in Speech, English and Drama. Her graduate work in professional writing was done at the University of Oklahoma. She is the past president of Edmond's Best Business Club. She is also a Stephen minister.