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Greg Brooks Joins SPPI Board Of Directors With Nevada Expansion

Greg Brooks, a veteran public policy and public affairs professional with over 30 years of experience, has joined the Institute’s Board of Directors.

Carson City, NV (March 13, 2023) – The Southwest Public Policy Institute is proud to announce the addition of Greg Brooks to its Board of Directors. Brooks brings more than three decades of experience in public policy and public affairs to the organization, having led public relations for the Phoenix-based Goldwater Institute, public affairs for the Los Angeles-based Reason Foundation, and national outreach efforts for Compact For America, among other groups.

Throughout his career, Brooks has been instrumental in helping elected officials, the press, and the public understand, support, and adopt complex policy ideas. He has also advised multimillion-dollar clients on the most effective ways to enter new markets and change the dynamics of existing ones. Brooks is currently the president of Better Cities Project and his writing has been featured in publications such as the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times.

“We are thrilled to welcome Greg Brooks to our Board of Directors,” said Patrick Brenner, president of SPPI. “His extensive experience in public policy and public affairs will be invaluable as we continue to promote and defend liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise in the American Southwest.”

Brooks, who lives in Carson City, Nevada and works nationally, expressed excitement at the opportunity to join the Board of Directors. “I look forward to working with the Southwest Public Policy Institute team to advance sound public policy solutions in the American Southwest and beyond,” Brooks said.

With Brooks joining the Board of Directors, Southwest Public Policy Institute is well-positioned to continue its work as a leading public policy think tank dedicated to promoting and defending liberty, personal responsibility, and free enterprise in the American Southwest.

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