Brooke Sinclair

Brooke Sinclair

As a 4 year-old, I wanted to be a lawyer for poor people. I no longer want to be lawyer, however maintain that same level of dedication for serving others.

Twitter: brookessinclair
Houston, Texas, United States
Member since June 23, 2017
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2017 Walden University , MS , Project Management
2011 University of Houston , BA , Organizational & Corporate Communications
2010 School for International Training (SIT) Sustainable Development & Social Change
2014 Rice University Certificate in Finance
2016 Walden University Graduate Certificate - Applied Project Management
2016 Walden University Graduate Certificate - Advanced Project Management
2011 University of Houston - Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Nonprofit Finance

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Achievements (products built, personal awards won):

Chair of Partnership, Academic Relations Board Member of Houston Interactive Marketing Association (2013); Awarded Food Sourcing and Operations Conference Scholarship by Feeding America (Aug 2014); Awarded Employee & Solution of the Month by Houston Food Bank (Jul 2014); Awarded International Education Fee Scholarship from University of Houston (Jun 2010); Awarded Houston Junior Chamber of Commerce Scholarship from University of Houston (May 2010); Awarded ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Internship from ExxonMobil and Volunteer Houston (Apr 2010); and Awarded Maxine Mesinger Scholarship from University of Houston (Mar 2010).

If you are an entrepreneur, why?

I want to change the world.

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What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

Picking yourself back up after hearing no...again.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

Believing an offer that is too good to be true

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

Wait, wait, wait, run as fast as you can

Full bio

I caught the entrepreneurial bug after completing a decade working as a freelance project manager for concerts, musicals, and theatrical productions. Not only was I responsible for overseeing the success of the show itself but I oversaw the transportation, logistics, and shipping of truckloads of expensive equipment from coast-to-coast.

Previous entrepreneurial successes include a boutique communications consulting firm, SinHa Comm Consult. The company successfully promoted and built awareness of multiple events throughout the Greater Houston region and lead to full time employment with the Houston Food Bank. For several years, I managed the donation of perishable foods (valued at $2.4 million dollars) from more than 250 grocery stores throughout 18 counties.  The processes implemented under my management lead to an increase valued at over $50 million dollars according to Feeding America’s conversion factor of $1.62 per pound of food.

I graduated from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate and Organizational Communications, a certificate in Management, Leadership and Fundraising from the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, and a semester abroad in India studying Sustainable Development and Social Change. Then I received a certificate in Finance from Rice University. Lastly, while building Velour’s infrastructure, I obtained a Master’s of Science in Project Management from Walden University.