Aside from managing her own organizations, Rylee Brooke dedicates a lot of her time to working with other causes which are important to her.
To be a good leader, you have to know how to be a good follower. Rylee loves opportunities to work under the leadership of different organizations that are close to her heart. It is an honor for her to hold positions in the following organizations:
State of Hawaii
Young Feminist Committee 2019
Youth Leadership Council
Every year, there are about 100 keiki in our islands newly diagnosed with a critical illness. It is our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child. Learn about the transformative power of a wish and why medical professionals are prescribing it as good medicine.
Australia's Wild Life Warriors
We fight for an extremely important cause - to protect our wildlife and wild places! Every donation helps us save lives. Join our global wildlife force and donate to help us in our mission. Our major sponsor, Australia Zoo, gives vital support to Wildlife Warriors Worldwide Ltd, and we are proud to have a strong link to a company so dedicated to the interests and future of our wildlife.
One Ocean Ambassador
One Ocean's mission is to utilize research and public programs to support protection for sharks and marine life. To inspire people to make efforts for shark and marine conservation. Come snorkel and freedive with us or just come along and learn about sharks and marine life. The experience of a lifetime, led by the experts
Rylee serves as an ambassador for One Ocean Global where she does work for ocean conservation, shark conservation, and to reduce plastic pollution.
Learning By Experience
Every summer since the year 2008, Global Education Company - LbE Japan, has brought students from a school in Nagoya to Hawaii and developed the annual Kinjo-Hawaii Program - a 10 day English intensive program for Japanese students in collaboration with young local college leaders from Hawaii.
Director of Keiki Relations
K9 Kokua is a 501(c)3 non-profit, all-volunteer ran group and the only one in the State of Hawaii to provide direct outreach to the dogs owned by the houseless community, financially destitute and those affected by domestic violence.
Rylee Brooke is the Director of Keiki Community Relations, Team Leader of Junior Volunteers for K9 Kokua and also acts as their spokesmodel for media coverage. Under her official title, she coordinates her own community service projects on K9 Kokua’s behalf and organizes and manages other children who volunteer.
Poi Dogs and Popoki
Volunteer under Alicia Maluafiti
Advocate for Animal Rights Laws
POI DOGS & POPOKI helps people and their pets enjoy a better life by ensuring access to spay and neuter, veterinary care, shelter and food.
Fur Angel Foundation
Initiative Volunteer under Kaitlin Miyashiro
Fur-Angel Foundation is a local 501(c)3 non-profit organization on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The foundation was established in October 2014 by a small group of friends who had a passion for helping the community, while also making a difference in the individual lives of animals and people. We operate within a foster network of trusted volunteers that share the same passion in giving dogs a chance at a life full of love. Through daily interaction with their foster family, FAF dogs receive indirect training, as well as lots of personal attention to help rebuild the trust that is often broken in rescue animals. We are honored to be considered as an alternative to the traditional shelter, offering our dogs experience with socialization and life-skills which help ease the process of transitioning into a fur-ever home.
This 15-member youth commission (ages 14-24) who would help to advise the mayor, the administration, and the Honolulu City Council on issues that matter most to our communities.
inaugural Young Feminist Leaders Committee of the Hawai`i State Commission on the Status of Women! This is an opportunity for girls to develop leadership skills while serving as advisers to policymakers and advocates.
State of Hawaii
Young Feminist Leaders Commitee
State of Hawaii
Girlhood presents many challenges for young ladies. It is important to have a sisterhood sorority such as (GEMS) Girls Empowered & Mentored for Success that can guide young ladies in getting past various hurdles. We are based in Hawaii and welcome girls all year round from ages 5 to 17 years old. GEMS is a sisterhood sorority that educates, inspires and empowers its girls to deepen their unique character, cultivate self-confidence, develop core life skills, and implement daily self-care through an innovative empowerment journey towards self-discovery.
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Past Product Ambassador
Big Bad Wolf is an apparel brand for kids' ages 2-10. We create fashion-forward apparel inspired by street wear, culture and the arts. We bring together Big Bad Wolf by working with renowned artists and brands from all over the world.
True Elegance is a unique boutique located in the heart of Aiea Hawaii. We offer a stunning selection of couture designer gowns that are exclusive to the Central Hawaii area. At True Elegance, we are dedicated to assisting Pageant Contestants, Prom Attendees, Photo Shoots, Homecoming Queens, Military Ball Attendees and Gala Attendees in finding the dress of their dreams through a personalized and unique one on one experience unlike any other in Hawaii.
Life under Construction
Life Under Construction is a Youth Service and Youth Ministry at Kawaiaha'o Church.
Training to be a Jr. Life Coach
She has recently become more involved in their outreaches and is training to become a Jr. Life Coach and eventually a Life Coach so that she can mentor at-risk youth under Life 360's ministry and continue a partnership with The Catalyst's Club. Her goal is to eventually open a Life 360 network for at-risk youth in Mililani through Life 360 and to mentor some of the program's challenging youth to encourage their leadership skills.