Brooke Kelly joined MP&F in 2014. Since then, she has assisted MP&F clients including the Metro Nashville Planning Department, Fisk University, the State Collaborative on Reforming Education, Skanska and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Job Corps program with communication needs including media relations, digital communications, videography, photography, collateral development and event planning.
Brooke graduated magna cum laude from Jackson State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in mass communications with an emphasis in multimedia journalism and a minor in art. While at JSU, Brooke worked as a staff writer and managing editor of student newspaper The Blue and White Flash.
Prior to joining MP&F, Brooke twice served as an editorial intern for the Jackson Free Press, an alternative newspaper in Jackson, Miss. She also worked as a multimedia reporting intern with the Scripps Howard Foundation Wire in Washington, D.C., reporting from locations including the White House, National Press Club and U.S. Capitol.
Brooke has served as a PR volunteer for Woodcuts Gallery and Framing and a public affairs volunteer for the American Red Cross. She is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and currently works on the MP&F pro bono accounts for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Nashville Adult Literacy Council. In 2019, Brooke joined the board of The New Beginnings Center.