Tabrie Cook

Communications Specialist, Idaho National Laboratory

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Tabrie Landon is a communications specialist at Idaho National Laboratory. She works in Public Affairs, with responsibilities spanning media relations, National and Homeland Security communications, and social media engagement. Her role provides the opportunity to work with scientists and engineers to share new innovations and technologies making an impact on national challenges. Tabrie’s strong background in visual media and design, photography and web management is an asset to lab programs and social media presence.

Prior to joining the team at INL, Tabrie supported a diverse communications team at the Idaho Cleanup Project, contracted by CH2M-WG, Idaho LLC, now known as Fluor.

In April of 2015, she graduated with honors from Brigham Young University-Idaho with a degree in Communication – Public Relations. Following graduation, she commenced an internship with INL, and was soon after hired as a full-time employee. As a young professional, Tabrie is working with mentors at the lab and in the community to further develop her knowledge base and skillset. She is an active and engaged community member who also enjoys Idaho’s recreational activities with her family. 

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Girls Blazing a Way for a Future in Computer Programming
June 11, 2018
The Cybercore Integration Center at Idaho National Laboratory announces the successful completion of a pilot of the “Girls Who Code” club.
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