For nearly a decade, Brooke Taylor was the co-host of the “Family Friendly Morning Show” on 95.5 The Fish in Cleveland, OH. Brooke is the founder of “The Mom Squad,” a ministry of women from all walks of life, blogging, hosting retreats and workshops, building a sisterhood of believers for Christ. Currently, Brooke is the host of the podcast “Good Things Radio” selected as “New and Noteworthy” on iTunes. Brooke also hosted a radio program called called “A Special Connection“on WHKW radio in Cleveland, OH, interviewing experts in the field of special needs and autism.
Brooke has emceed the Cleveland National Right to Life Symposium, moderated political and religious panels and is a frequent speaker at Christian women’s events. Brooke has emceed events with Christian artists and speakers, including Christopher West, Tim Staples, Point of Grace, Laura Story, Nicole C. Mullen, Lisa Welchel, Dr. Ray Gaurendi and many more. Brooke created “Special Needs, Special Families,” bringing together national and local resources, and prominent speakers, as a way for special needs families to connect.
Brooke is the host of Wheelchair USA pageant and has appeared on EWTN’s “Living Right with Dr. Ray.” She was selected as a judge for a national music contest for the Hollywood motion picture “Grace Unplugged” and has been a guest on syndicated radio programs such as the Michael Medved Show and the Hugh Hewitt show. She is also involved in the ministry Food for the Poor and has traveled to Guatemala and Haiti to raise awareness and funds for the poorest of the poor. in 2014, Brooke led a pilgrimage to Italy for the canonization of St. Pope John Paul II and St. John XXIII. Brooke has interviewed such notables as the Rev. Franklin Graham. Newt Gingrich, Dr. James Dobson, Raymond Arroyo, Beth Moore, Michael W. Smith and many more.
Brooke and her Army Veteran husband Jim have five children: four sons and a daughter they adopted from Poland. Brooke frequently speaks to groups on the topics of motherhood and family life, the gift of the Catholic faith, adoption, special needs, and her own re-conversion story. Brooke also maintains a blog shares stories of her day-to-day adventures at “The Sacred Sink.” Learn more at: