Ms. Brooke E. Nisley is a research assistant at Armitage International, L.C. Concurrently, she is a graduate student in the Global Policy Studies program at the University of Texas’s Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, specializing in finance and trade. She received her B.S. in Social Work from the University of Wyoming.
At Armitage International, Ms. Nisley researches and writes on security and trade issues in Asia. In a competitive process, she was selected in 2018 to participate in a year-long research program involving “Wealth and Employment Creation in Action: Commercialization of Advanced Technologies in a Rural Area of Japan.” This program is conducted jointly with Hiroshima University and the Institute for Innovation, Creativity and Capital at UT-Austin.
Among other numerous volunteer activities, Ms. Nisley serves as Executive Secretary of the UT-Austin Chapter of the Alexander Hamilton Society. Previously, Ms. Nisley has worked as a project manager for Djnr Interactive, a website development company serving public and private sector clients. In addition, she has served as a communications coordinator for the Equality State Policy Center, a Wyoming-based civic-engagement non-profit focused on state and local government transparency and fair elections.