Born and raised in the outskirts of Memphis, Elizabeth Rook, is now an admirable business woman. She is the Owner and Principal Agent of Elizabeth Rook Insurance, LLC located in Lakeland and Covington, TN.
Her journey in the insurance industry began at Allstate Insurance in 1998 while she worked alongside her father. From gaining skills in sales, management, and marketing tactics she has grown into the business woman she is today. Elizabeth will be forever grateful to her mentor and father, Ron Rook. She says, “Any success I have had or will ever have – I owe to my dad.”
As dedicated to her job as she is, Elizabeth isn’t all work and no play. She finds great joy in spending time with her husband, Josh, and two beautiful daughters, Taylor and Jaime. They like to make memories traveling and visiting different places as much as possible.
Aside from running her own business and spending quality time with loved ones, Elizabeth is involved in a variety of different charities. Elizabeth is a Wish Grantor at Make-A-Wish® Mid-South where she also mentors new volunteers and works with their fundraising events from time to time.
Best Buddies Tennessee is another philanthropy she is honored to sponsor. She was on the Gala Committee for the largest fundraising event of the year. Accompanying Elizabeth, her oldest daughter Taylor served on the Student Committee for the Best Buddies Memphis Gala and has dedicated her time to giving back to the community together with her mom.
You can find Elizabeth Rook Insurance on numerous sponsor lists including: local School & Athletic Programs, University of Memphis Tiger Athletics, Relay for Life, and many other community held events.
Underneath the business owner label, Elizabeth is a daughter, mother, wife, mentor, and friend. She produces astounding work and goes the extra mile for each of her clients. If you’re looking for an insurance company to represent you, Elizabeth Rook will always take great pride in being your agent.
Elizabeth was recognized as one of the Top 40 Under 40 in 2017 and was a finalist for Executive of the Year in 2014 by The Memphis Business Journal.