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Power of Story "The Brooks Element" Darren M. Palmer Interviews Kelly Brooks The Power of Story

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Kelly Brooks founded The Brooks Element in 2019. He has over twenty-five years of
experience in higher education and athletics. Kelly is passionate about facilitating opportunities for individuals and organizations to produce positive transformations in their lives and the lives of others.

Kelly has been a member of Forward Progress Athletics Consulting, located in Castle Rock, CO, for over six years. He has led initiatives to grow and support new and existing business
relationships. He also has managed a portfolio of institutional clients regarding the planning of professional development activities, training courses, seminars, and workshops for staff and student-athletes. He continues to consult for Forward Progress in the areas of business
development and revenue generation.

Kelly dedicated eight years of his career at the NCAA national headquarters in Indianapolis, IN. In his role as NCAA Director of Academic and Membership Affairs, he managed the waiver process of NCAA Bylaws in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III. He also provided research and analysis of current NCAA Bylaws to recommend rule changes.

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Kelly Brooks founded The Brooks Element in 2019. He has over twenty-five years of
experience in higher education and athletics. Kelly is passionate about facilitating opportunities for individuals and organizations to produce positive transformations in their lives and the lives of others.

Kelly has been a member of Forward Progress Athletics Consulting, located in Castle Rock, CO, for over six years. He has led initiatives to grow and support new and existing business
relationships. He also has managed a portfolio of institutional clients regarding the planning of professional development activities, training courses, seminars, and workshops for staff and student-athletes. He continues to consult for Forward Progress in the areas of business
development and revenue generation.

Kelly dedicated eight years of his career at the NCAA national headquarters in Indianapolis, IN. In his role as NCAA Director of Academic and Membership Affairs, he managed the waiver process of NCAA Bylaws in NCAA Divisions I, II, and III. He also provided research and analysis of current NCAA Bylaws to recommend rule changes.

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“This Is The Year For Your New Book”

31 min