In this role, she oversees the Louisiana Serve Commission, the Retirement Development Commission and the newly-created Office of Social Entrepreneurship, founded to advance social innovation by supporting the creation and growth of the most innovative, effective and accountable solutions to social problems affecting Louisiana’s citizens.
Prior to this position, Brooke served as Executive Director of the Louisiana Serve Commission. The Louisiana Serve Commission encourages volunteer service and administers AmeriCorps national service grants and Learn & Serve service-learning grants to community organizations and schools throughout the state.
Before returning to her native Louisiana and joining the state government, Brooke spent 12 years in Switzerland. After 7 years in the private sector working in the banking and technology industries in Zurich, Brooke switched to the nonprofit sector where she managed public/private partnerships and global advocacy efforts for the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Union Against Cancer in Geneva.
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