Eleven-year-old blogger and environmentalist Brooke Bryan has been announced as the spokes-kid for Nestle.
As part of Nestle’s campaign #GoodLife, which raises awareness for physical and mental health, she recently travelled to Sydney to interview Australian actor Hugh Sheridan and sporting sisters Bronte and Cate Campbell.
Brooke is also set to make an appearance in Marie Claire.
It is easy to see why the Collector resident was picked for the role. Mature, enthusiastic and alert, Brooke possesses a confidence that contradicts her age.
“I felt so excited I jumped up onto the clouds and screamed,” Brooke said, describing the minutes after she received the good news.
Her mother Barbara, who runs the travel blog LetsGoMum.com.au said she believed Brooke would be perfect for the nation wide call out.
“She always has asked to be in the entertainment business. When I saw this call out she jumped at the opportunity. She’s really motivated. She memorises scripts, stands up in front of crowds, it just seems to come naturally,” she said.
“It was a serious audition for this, I was nervous for her, but she seemed to just roll with it.”
Brooke decided to start her blog girlagenda.com.au after she realised many were not getting the message about the importance of preserving the environment.
Participating in distance education, Brooke says this gives her the time to address different topics easily.
“I travel a lot for the family travel blog. Recently to China, Queensland, Sydney. When we’re in Sydney I see rubbish next to a jellyfish. China is never sunny, it’s always cloudy from all the pollution,” she said.
“My website is about the environmental problems and how we can solve them for the next generation.”
It was a diverse list of occupations for Brooke when asked where she would see herself as an adult.
“I want to do everything! Be an actor, celebrity interviewer, astronaut I’m not sure I’m only eleven,” she laughed.
To follow Brooke’s travels and journey as a Nestle spokes-kid head to www.girlagenda.com.au.