Brooke is a Past President of FWRW. Prior to becoming President in 2018, and for more than a decade, Brooke served as a Vice President of FWRW. She has been a VP of Membership, Programs, Events, and Finance, served as treasurer, and chaired numerous committees.
In 2012, Brooke was elected Precinct Chair for Precinct 4230 and served until late 2015 when she became a judicial candidate (which required her resignation). She has also served the Tarrant County GOP as General Counsel.
Brooke was a delegate to the Senate District 10 Convention from 2012 through 2018. She was a delegate to the Texas Republican Convention in 2012, 2014, and 2016. She has worked on many campaigns for both local, state, and national candidates.
A member of TFRW for more than 20 years, Brooke was a Tribute to Women honoree in 2010. She has attended the TFRW Convention several times as a delegate from her local club. Brooke is a member of several TFRW clubs throughout Tarrant County.
As a precinct chair, Brooke was an election judge for her precinct and others for the primary, runoff, and/or general elections in 2012, 2013, and 2015. She was assisted by several conservative leaders from her precinct.
During college, Brooke spent a summer interning for several members of the House of Representatives, including Kay Granger, Bob Riley, and Sonny Callahan. This experience furthered her commitment to conservative values and working to be a leader within the Republican Party.
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