Brooke Bouchey has a rich history in the social service field having worked in an adult correctional facility, the Walla Walla County Juvenile Justice Center and most recently as the intervention specialist at Lincoln High School. As a member of the Diversity Coalition and an active advocate /outreach worker for teens and the homeless population, her understanding of trauma and the importance that resilience plays in the lives of individuals with ACEs makes Brooke a sought after speaker / trainer. Brooke’s current role with CRI is that of trainer, curriculum development and technical support. Her work with trauma sensitive schools makes Brooke a sought after presenter. The mother of three children, Brooke knows firsthand how traumatic ACEs can be in the lives of children. Her gift to parents is sharing how her involvement in this research has created a new understanding of parental resilience, and how to transfer that gift broadly. Brooke enjoys spending time with her family, traveling and spending time in the San Juan Islands.