Everyone needs someone to advocate for them, especially if one is targeted by a system that is supposed to be protecting them. In cases of social injustice and judicial abuse, Brooke Harlan, better known as Miss Brooke, takes a front-row seat, helping people who have been unjustly punished by the law and being the voice of those whose wings have been clipped by the cruel nature of society.
Miss Brooke’s mission is to bring awareness to the social injustices her clients face due to a broken system. For years, the justice advocate has been serving communities with the goal of empowering them to be the change and not be afraid of going against the grain. Together with her team, Miss Brooke has done so much for her communities, the state of Tennessee, and everyone within her circle, waking up each day knowing their dedication is serving a purpose far bigger than themselves.
Miss Brooke is the CEO of Brooke’s Bail Bonding, a venture she started to help people in their times of need and keep them out of jail, emphasizing that not everyone facing a court case does not always deserve the sentence and is merely a victim of the flawed legal system. The company is progressively taking action in the bail industry and is actively making a difference in a dysfunctional justice system. Outside of court and detention areas, Miss Brooke also uses her sphere of influence to amplify the need to expose the daily injustices her clients face in hopes of stirring public opinion on the matter and opening their eyes to be the change.
“We are in the business of getting people out of jail and keeping them out of jail by providing resources and consistent support. We take preventive measures seriously within the communities we serve in order to prevent people from becoming victims of the judicial system,” Miss Brooke said. “Some of our preventive measures are shown through the peer support services we offer, as well as certified life coaching sessions, and offering creative solutions to generational problems our community members suffer from,” she added.
“Behind everyone’s unjust experience lies a story that should be shared with the world to raise awareness and a call for a change, and I strive to be the soundboard to let those voices be heard,” Miss Brooke shared. “We as a society need to be more careful about the judgments we pass onto those who have been severely disadvantaged and don’t have many resources to change.”
Having been in the industry for over two decades, Miss Brooke assures everyone that her fight for the greater good will not end soon. She is as driven to change lives as she was on the first day. Miss Brooke came from a family who did not turn a blind eye toward injustice. Her parents and grandparents were advocates like herself and also owned and ran bail bond companies, inspiring her to follow in their footsteps and continue to serve such a noble cause.
Miss Brooke is currently looking for fellow justice advocates to franchise Brooke’s Bail Bonding and empower entrepreneurs to help communities across the country.