Dr. Liz Brooke, CCC-SLP

Dr. Liz Brooke, CCC-SLP

Dr. Liz Brooke, CCC-SLP

Chief Learning Officer, Rosetta Stone

As Chief Learning Officer for Rosetta Stone, Dr. Liz Brooke is responsible for setting the educational vision for the company's Language and Literacy products, including the Adaptive Blended Learning (ABL) strategy that serves as the foundation for Rosetta Stone’s products and services. Since assuming this role in August 2015, she has played an instrumental part in the company's pivot from a language business to a learning company. Dr. Brooke developed the educational pillars for Rosetta Stone: the PEER framework (Personalized, Effective, Engaging, and Relevant) and drives the pedagogy of products in development. She also leads the Language and Literacy Research teams as well as an interdisciplinary Internal Education Advisory Group.

Dr. Brooke has been working in the education sector for more than 25 years and is based in the company’s Concord, Mass. offices. She joined Lexia in 2010 as the Director of Assessment and held various positions on the team including VP of Education & Research before moving into the Chief Learning Officer position. Prior to that, she worked as the Director of Interventions at the Florida Center for Reading Research (FCRR) and she has also served as a speech-language pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital and in the public school setting. Dr. Brooke began her career in the classroom as a first grade teacher.

Dr. Brooke earned her bachelor’s degree in Child Study from Tufts University and a master’s degree in Communication Sciences & Disorders as well as a reading certification program at Massachusetts General Hospital-Institute of Health Professions. Focusing her studies on the connection between oral and written language, she then earned her doctorate degree in Communication Disorders at Florida State University. Dr. Brooke has been published in several scholarly journals and books.

Dr. Brooke shares Rosetta Stone’s mission of changing lives through the power of language and literacy education and it continues to be the driving force behind all of her work.