Jamey Cook

Jamey is originally from Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.A. Government in 1997.  After graduation, she worked as a legislative aide to a state representative until attending law school at the Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D. ‘99).    As a state prosecutor with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, one of the largest prosecutor offices in the nation, Jamey served as a Chief Prosecutor in various misdemeanor courts but spent most of her time in the Child Abuse Division, the Family Criminal Law Division and the Trial Division which handled the most serious of charges.  In 2006, Jamey was awarded an Outstanding Service Award for her service on behalf of crime victims.

In 2007, Jamey moved to Virginia and continued her career in public service as the Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney of the Fauquier County Commonwealth’s Office and has served in that position ever since.  She continues to handle all matters including those in the Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court, the General District Court and the Circuit Court while also serving as a member of the Northern Virginia Child Fatality Review Team and the Fauquier County Intra-agency Sexual Assault Response Team.

Within the Highland community, she has enjoyed being a Parent’s Association Representative and chair of the Annual Mother Son event.  She lives with her husband in Prince William County and their two children, Austin ’26 and Avery ’29, attend Highland.
Highland School is a co-ed independent Pre-K2 to Grade 12 day school located in Warrenton, Virginia.