Brooke Valentine is a PTA mom, education advocate, and community leader running for the State House in Washington's 47th LD. Brooke recently served as Washington State PTA's Legislative Director and as co-chair of the Kent Area Council PTA's Clothing Bank, which provides clothing for children of low-income families. Brooke has also led the successful levy campaign ran by Citizens for Kent Schools.
After attending college in Riverside, California, Brooke worked for Union Pacific Railroad and then as a REALTOR in South King County for over a decade. As she volunteered with Girl Scouts and her children's elementary school PTA, she realized her interest was advocacy. She went on to work for League of Education Voters and for Northwest Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) Network, an organization providing vision-driven leadership in policy, guidelines, and practice of research-based framework for creating safer and more effective schools.
Brooke lives in Black Diamond with her husband, Rob, and their two teenage children, Wyatt and Aspen. Rob has worked for Alaska Airlines for 17 years and their children attend public schools in Covington.