Brooke Gilder

Brooke is the Program Manager for MATCH NM (Mentoring and Tutoring Create Hope), a collective impact initiative at the University of New Mexico. She is passionate about youth reaching their potential, as well as building community bridges. She earned her BA from Colorado College and a Masters in Social Work from University of Michigan, where she went through a dialogues across difference facilitation program. She later put this training to use teaching undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Washington School of Social Work. Brooke ran a community-based mentoring program in Seattle for two years, seeing firsthand the benefits that mentoring confers to mentors and the children they mentor. She then worked at King County Dispute Resolution Center, a community mediation provider, supervising a team of case managers. She has also served as a mediator in small claims court, helping people in conflict find mutually agreeable solutions. Brooke is thrilled to be joining the collective impact initiative at UNM.

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