Amelia Cook is the co-owner of Goodwinds Composites, a carbon and fiberglass manufacturer based in Mount Vernon, Washington. In 2021, Goodwinds Composites products made it all the way to Mars as the landing gear on NASA’s Ingenuity Helicopter.
Amelia has a bachelor of arts degree in Honors History from Whitman College and a Masters in Business Administration from Western Washington University. Following jobs in the tourism and business development sectors, Amelia joined forces with her brother to found Goodwinds Composites in 2008. Goodwinds Composites serves a variety of industries, including aerospace, musical instruments, industrial equipment manufacturers, and sporting goods with structural composite rods and tubes and composites machining.
Amelia served as the Skagit Rotary Club President from July 1 2020 to June 30 2021, is a member of the Skagit Manufacturing Roundtable and Washington Women in Manufacturing, sits on the board of the Economic Development Alliance of Skagit County and the Association of Washington Business, and regularly volunteers in her community. When she’s not working, she can often be found running trails around Mount Vernon with her dog and enjoying time with her husband and three children.
Co-Owner, Goodwinds Composites