Brooke is passionate about offering practical, compliant solutions to best suit her client’s human resources needs and objectives. Whether she is conducting performance reviews, designing policies and procedures, acting as a client’s staff partner, or conducting human resources training, she always brings real-world perspectives to the table to ensure that the solution is not only administratively feasible and compliant but is also aligned with the client’s culture. Brooke designs client specific solutions that are designed to increase employee engagement, ensure compliance, and directly contribute to the success of the business.

Brooke is a human resources professional with a focus on diversity and inclusion programs; benefits design and administration; and employee relations. She has over 10 years of rich, progressive experience as a trusted subject matter expert in resolving and mitigating complex employee relations matters. From in-house roles, she has served a wide range of employers from large, complex multinationals to growing, entrepreneurial businesses. This experience has shaped how she approaches each client individually to provide solutions that fit their culture and size. Additionally, her career has been built upon developing active business partnerships with senior executive leadership in the strategic selection and tactical execution of HRIS systems, retirement plans (both qualified and non-qualified), and various talent strategies that integrate human capital success into strategic business results.

Brooke taught human resources acumen, employment and labor, and diversity and inclusion classes for SHRM certification education. She received her Bachelor of Arts in political science from Indiana University Bloomington. Brooke earned her JD from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law, and is licensed as an attorney in the state of Indiana. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, spending time with her dogs and wildly spoiling her nieces and nephew.

Recent Posts

  • September 16, 2021

    Employers are Asking | COVID-19 Vaccine ETS Mandate

    Last week, the Biden Administration ordered the U.S. Department of Labor to create an Emergency Temporary Standard through OHSA stating that all employers with more than 100 employees must vaccinate their workforce, or subject to weekly testing. Unsurprisingly, the announcement …

  • September 2, 2021

    Employers are Asking | COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates in the Workplace

    The impact of COVID-19 on employers is evolving. Employers are challenged with how to provide a safe workplace for employees and customers. Some employers are exploring mandates or providing incentives to employees for obtaining a COVID-19 vaccine. For those employers …

  • July 29, 2021

    Employers are Asking | Updated Mask Recommendation

    With the latest information being updated from the CDC yesterday how are employers responding?  Employers may want to consider providing their employees with a series of informative questions to assist the employee in deciding whether they should mask up while …

  • July 22, 2021

    Employers are Asking | Coping with Pandemic Re-entry Anxiety

    In fact, re-entry anxiety is exactly that – an overall uneasiness about returning to the way things were before the pandemic, and the American Psychological Association says at least 49 percent of American adults have it.

  • July 8, 2021

    Employers are Asking | Vacations in the Workplace

    As the country continues to reopen, so is travelling. In fact, an article by Forbes said nearly 90 percent of American travelers are planning to travel in the next six months. But for the portion of Americans that aren’t quite …

  • July 1, 2021

    Employers are Asking | Urgent Care or Emergency Room | Sarah Michaels

    An emergency room should be used for just that — an emergency. If you think about when you’d be inclined to call 9-1-1, it should be to that extent of urgency before going to an ER.