Brooke brings unparalleled communications and legislative expertise to Miller Public Affairs Group. Prior to joining the firm in 2010, Brooke served as communications director for former State Senator Abel Maldonado and district director/communications director for former State Assemblymember Todd Spitzer.
As communications director for Senator Maldonado, Brooke directed the earned media strategy, drafted speeches and messaging documents and advised the senator on critical district and statewide issues. She also served as policy advisor on budget and public safety legislation and was a key consultant during the senator’s lieutenant governor confirmation process. Most recently, Brooke served as director of communications for Lt. Governor Maldonado’s re-election campaign.
Prior to working in the Senate, Brooke served as district director/communications director for former State Assemblymember Todd Spitzer in his Orange County office. In that role, Brooke supervised district staff, coordinated district events and served as chief spokesperson as well as policy advisor for public safety issues. During that time, she also worked on various initiative campaigns, including No on Prop 66 (3-Strikes), Yes on Prop 69 (DNA database) and Jessica’s Law.
Brooke graduated magna cum laude from the University of California, Irvine with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.