Brooklyn Hooker is an Accountant for Kentucky Highlands Investment Corporation. Brooklyn assists in the preparation of monthly consolidated financial statements for Kentucky Highlands and its five subsidiaries. She is responsible for general ledger accounting functions including analyzing and reconciling numerous funds and grants and preparing monthly management report schedules. Brooklyn's responsibilities include reconciling all bank accounts for the six companies. She is in charge of compiling and reporting corporate financial information to various funding sources including OFN, CARS, CDFI, etc., and is responsible for preparing audit schedules, as well as processing payroll and payroll reports.

Brooklyn also prepares both financial and narrative reports for various grants including OCS and HUD, and assists in the preparation of the Kentucky Highlands Investment Corporation annual business plan.
Ms. Hooker earned a Masters of Business Administration degree from the University of the Cumberlands in 2011. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Eastern Kentucky University in 2008, where she received a Presidential academic scholarship.