Brooke has been helping people strengthen their leadership skills, including identifying their purposes and passions, for over 20 years via such means as coaching, presentations and workshops, experiential methodologies, as well as reflective and goal setting activities. She has done this on six continents in a range of environments, from conference calls to remote mountain glaciers, and from five-star resorts to Ivy League executive education classrooms. In whatever the environment, Brooke’s emotional intelligence allows her to earn the trust of diverse people; over the course of her career, this has included minimum-security prisoners in Australia and C-suite executives in numerous corporations. That said, Brooke’s primary clients are leaders in middle-to-upper management. She has worked with executives from such companies as PwC, Microsoft, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Schneider Electric, Hasbro, John Deer, UPS, the United States Navy, Ericsson, and Fidelity. She regularly serves as adjunct faculty at Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business and the University of North Carolina’s Kenan-Flagler Business School. As assessed by Personnel Decisions International, a firm with nearly 40 years of personnel and leader assessment expertise, Brooke ranked in the top 10% of leaders evaluated.
Brooke’s skillset also includes employee engagement in organizational sustainability, non-profit board building, strategic planning, workshop design and facilitation, research, and writing thought leadership. She has worked for the National Outdoor Leadership School, Outward Bound, a variety of universities, Action Learning Associates and World Action Teams. Brooke has also earned money by cleaning hotel rooms and flipping burgers as a vegetarian in high school, waiting tables in college, and she has done countless hours of service work with a shovel and pick axe. She has authored several articles on leadership and sustainability, and is currently writing a book on how to engage employees in social and environmental sustainability.
Brooke holds a B.A. in English and Outdoor Education from the University of New Hampshire, an Ed.M. and Ph.D. in Experiential Education from Harvard University and the University of New Hampshire, respectively. She earned a certificate from Harvard Business School’s Executive Education Program in Innovating for Sustainability and a Sustainability Associate certification from the International Society of Sustainability Professionals.