Brooke EaglePublisher Forsyth Woman and FW Engaged Magazine
Love Where You Live, and What You Do
Brooke Eagle spends her week juggling board meetings, serving on councils, and work. With a schedule like that you learn to make the most of your weekends, and Brooke doesn’t waste a second.
Her weekends are filled with trips to Tanglewood to walk her bernedoodle, exploring new restaurants and breweries, and shopping local boutiques. Her favorite boutiques are Fiddle and Fig in Winston-Salem and Accent Prone in Kernersville. She also makes time to work out at CrossFit Amplitude in Winston.
When Brooke graduated from High Point University in 2012 she immediately entered the workforce as an associate editor and account executive with Forsyth Magazines. Since then she has been promoted to the role of publisher of Forsyth Woman and FW Engaged. Her mother started the magazines, four publications, in 2005 with the mission of supporting local businesses in our community. Forsyth Woman and Forsyth Woman Engaged celebrate the lives of women in the community and woman owned businesses by telling their stories. This gives readers the opportunity to get to know these female entrepreneurs while also learning about their own community.
Brooke also launched her own podcast in the beginning of 2021. The podcast, Forsyth Magazines Podcast, is recorded in a studio in downtown Winston-Salem and is available on both Spotify and Apple Podcasts.
“The Triad is the perfect mixture of a small town and big city. It is easier to get involved that it would be in a huge city,” Brooke said when asked how she became so involved.
Brooke is the past President of the Professional Women of Winston-Salem and currently serves as the President of the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. The Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce is an active organization that promotes the businesses in the Lewisville and Clemmons communities.
“I am very passionate about Trellis Supportive Care as well, they are a nonprofit that supports you when are grieving the loss of a loved one.” Brooke has recently stepped down after several years of service on the Trellis Foundation Leadership Council and strongly believes in all of the work that they do.
When she’s not volunteering Brooke spends time with her family and friends, wake surfing, snowboarding, or enjoying all the NC Triad has to offer!
The Triad is the perfect mixture of a small town and big city.
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