BA, LLB, GradDipLegPrac, GradDipRiskMgmt&CorpGov, Certificate IV in Government Investigations, FGIA
- Fellow Member of the Governance Institute of Australia
- Member of the University of Western Sydney Law Alumni Association
- Member of the National Regulators’ Community of Practice
- Member of the NSW Right to Information and Privacy Practitioner’s Network
- Member of the Koolewong, Tascott and Point Clare Progress Association Inc.
Brooke’s early career was in the Commonwealth public service in compliance related roles. Brooke then practised as a solicitor in private practice in dust diseases litigation, before joining the NSW public service ten years ago. Brooke has held a number of roles during this time including as an Analyst, Legal Officer and Executive Officer. Her expertise is in regulation, governance, risk management, policy and legal which she has used to deliver better outcomes for vulnerable people in the community services sectors. Brooke enjoys researching and writing for a range of audiences, and engaging with the community on a variety of issues. She also enjoys fostering relationships to achieve common goals.
In 2017, Brooke was elected as a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia, recognising her standing and experience in the governance and risk management fields. She has always been a lover of theatre and music, especially classical, and still enjoys occasionally playing the piano.
Brooke would like to see the Conservatorium continue to grow and strongly believes music is central to education.
We seek to inspire our Central Coast community to engage in and value music as an integral part of life through comprehensive music education and artistic endeavour.