As an honors graduate of the Walter Cronkie School of Journalism and Mass Communication at ASU and a recipient of the Walter Cronkite Outstanding Undergrauate Award, storytelling runs in Brooke's blood. She's the author of The Little Butterfly Girl, a dancer and currently an actress and writer in the Theatre360 acting troupe (formerly Improbable Theatre Company). Being on stage is one way she is a strong advocate for people with disabilities. She also shares her experiences while living with cerebral palsy by speaking and/or presenting at various conferences and other community events. Her writing credits include multiple creative projects for organizations such as Southwest Institute for Families and Children, Scottsdale Community College and Highlands Church.
Brooke likes to be thought of as an "Ink Weaver of Life, Faith and Fiction" because she is passionate about telling all types of stories that bring glory to the Kingdom of God. To help facilitate this, Brooke founded Brooke's Butterfly Touch: Creative Storytelling Services in the fall of 2014, which strives to help others discover the power in sharing their own stories in order to cultivate hope, opportunities and understanding.
Brooke always welcomes private clients with personal story project ideas and accepts most speaking, presentation and workshop requests.
As her company verse says: "God's gifts of grace come in many forms. Each of you has received a gift in order to serve others. You should use it faithfully." ~1 Peter 4:10
Find out more about all of her projects, please visit: www.wheels2wings.com