Brooke will be receiving a Bachelorís Degree, double majoring in the science of Education and Art Education, from Bridgewater State University next May. Previously, she obtained her Associateís Degree in the Science of Early Childhood Education from Quincy College, as well as various Massachusetts State Educatorís licensures and certificates. Throughout her academic career at both BSU and QC she has been a Student Teacher as well as a Substitute Teacher at various elementary schools within the Scituate and Weymouth public school systems. Her experiences have focused on Early Childhood Education in both Special Education and Inclusive Mainstream classrooms.
Brooke has been a part of the NESA team for the past year now, incorporating her own skill-set with the NESA mission in order to provide a modified opportunity for Children with Special Needs to participate in physical sports activities that are therapeutic to each individual childís needs, and challenges them to meet their own developmental goals. In addition to her career experience as an Educator, Brooke is also a parent of two boys - one of whom is a child living with special needs - allowing her to personally relate to the challenges families face when seeking appropriate enrichment activities that foster a better quality of lifestyle for Special Needs Children.