A triathlete, third-generation real estate agent, and devoted volunteer, Brooke Elliott exudes drive and commitment in every facet of her life. As a Pacific Palisades native, she has acquired a thorough understanding of various Southern California locales, and offers specialized knowledge of buying and selling luxury properties from the Hollywood Hills to the coast. Since beginning her career after graduating from New York University, Brooke has sold commercial and residential real estate in both New York and Los Angeles, and has a loyal clientele on both coasts, as well as internationally.
Brooke graduated with a B.F.A. from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a dual degree in Broadcast Journalism and Theater. While a student, Brooke reported for CNN, and assumed the role of Professional Fellow specializing in Public Relations for the United Nations Office for Partnerships. While witnessing dialogues between global leaders, and participating in marketing and PR initiatives for global causes, Brooke developed the skills of communication, negotiation, and marketing to the masses, which she uses every day to best represent her clients.
After returning to Los Angeles, Brooke studied architecture and interior design at UCLA, where she expanded her specialized knowledge and creative intelligence, and she uses these skills to advise her clients with interior design and staging in order to maximize their return on investment.
Beyond real estate, health is at the epicenter of Brooke’s ethos. A self-proclaimed fitness enthusiast, she incorporates workouts into her daily life, whether participating in the annual Malibu Triathlon, taking a boot camp class, practicing yoga, or hiking Runyon Canyon with her two dogs.
Brooke is passionate about giving back to the communities she has grown to love. She is a member of The Los Angeles Library Foundation, which provides critical support to the Los Angeles Public Library, yielding free programs, resources, and services to thousands of adults and children. Additionally, Brooke is a member of The Blue Ribbon, the premier women's support organization of the Los Angeles Music Center, and has volunteered in animal shelters from which she has rescued her two dogs.