As an Associate in the Municipal Affairs Practice Brooke advises clients on engaging with rural municipalities, driving forward their economic development projects, and advocating for better health care.
Brooke achieves results at decision-making tables. This includes leading clients in attaining municipal support to help develop energy projects and other critical infrastructure. Additionally, she navigates a complex bureaucracy to move client objectives forward such as attaining permits and political letters of support. She also develops tools for clients to motivate the public to influence decision-makers on public policy.
This expertise is informed by over 10 years of diverse industry experience including working as a political advisor to candidates seeking election, provincial Cabinet Ministers, and the Premier of Ontario. Here she coordinated operations, managed caucus relations, and oversaw regional issues across Eastern Ontario.
Additionally, while working at the Diversity Institute and as a government relations consultant she aligned corporate strategy with public sector priorities to secure funding for various projects and identified risks, and opportunities to engage with decision makers.
Brooke earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts majoring in History and Political Science at Wilfrid Laurier University and graduated as a Master of Business Administration from Ted Rogers School of Management.
Outside of work you can find Brooke travelling with her partner, kickboxing, and landscape painting.