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Brooke Long (born April 27, 1980, in Los Angeles, California) is an American model, actress, TV host, and former cheerleader for the San Diego Chargers,

Brooke Long Biography

Brooke Long (born April 27, 1980, in Los Angeles, California) is an American model, actress, TV host, and former cheerleader for the San Diego Chargers, L.A. Avengers, L.A. Lakers, and Miami Heat. She is also formerly known to TV Game Show audiences as Briefcase Model #15 for three seasons on NBC’s Deal or No Deal.

Was a cheerleader for the San Diego Chargers, the L.A. Avengers, the L.A. Lakers, and the Miami Heat.

Brooke Long Age

Long was born on April 27, 1980, in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Brooke Long Education

Graduated from Ruben S. Ayala High School in Chino Hills, CA in 1998.

Brooke Long  Husband

Long has been married to Mike Stevens since June 15, 2013.

Brock Long Fema

Brock Long, FEMA Administrator, Resigns After Two Turbulent Years

WASHINGTON — Brock Long, the administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency who was praised for his agency’s response to Hurricane Harvey but sharply criticized for its handling of Hurricane Maria’s devastation of Puerto Rico, announced on Wednesday that he would resign.

Mr. Long’s tenure was also punctuated by a controversy that had nothing to do with storms. The inspector general at the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees FEMA, found in September that he had improperly used government vehicles to travel between work and his home in North Carolina, where his wife and two sons live.

In a statement announcing his departure, Mr. Long noted that in his two years leading the agency, FEMA had handled more than 220 declared disasters, including during several hurricanes that caused profound damage in Texas, in Puerto Rico and along the East Coast.

“While this has been the opportunity of the lifetime, it is time for me to go home to my family — my beautiful wife and two incredible boys,” he said. “As a career emergency management professional, I could not be prouder to have worked alongside the devoted, hardworking men and women of FEMA for the past two years.” The agency declined a request for an interview.

Mr. Long said Peter Gaynor, the deputy administrator, would serve as acting administrator.

Mr. Long earned plaudits for FEMA’s response to Hurricane Harvey, which hit Texas and Louisiana in 2017. Assessing the damage in Texas, President Trump praised Mr. Long as “a man who really has become very famous on television in the last couple of days.”

But he came under withering criticism for FEMA’s handling of relief efforts after Hurricane Maria struck Puerto Rico later that year, including a call last month from Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts and a candidate for president, for Mr. Long to resign.

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Hurricane Maria eventually caused almost 3,000 deaths and left thousands without electricity for months, and Hurricane Harvey killed nearly 70 people. Those storms combined with others in 2017 caused an estimated $300 billion in damage.

Mr. Long came to Washington with a strong reputation for skilled handling of disaster management, and White House officials often praised his professionalism. But that standing was undercut by the inspector general’s report, which noted that Mr. Long had also used a government vehicle for personal purposes while on a family vacation in Hawaii.

“The FEMA administrator is supposed to be focused on preparing for disasters like the devastating hurricanes that killed thousands of Americans in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands — not using government vehicles to shuttle his family around Hawaii at taxpayer expense,” Representative Elijah E. Cummings of Maryland, who was the top Democrat on the House Oversight Committee and is now its chairman, said when the report was released.

“Administrator Long’s apparent violations of federal law for his own personal benefit are another example of how senior officials in the Trump administration continue to use American taxpayer money,” Mr. Cummings said.

At the time, Mr. Long took responsibility for his actions but denied that he had knowingly violated agency rules.

Before coming to Washington, Mr. Long had served as a director of the Alabama Emergency Management Agency from 2008 to 2011, when he became a private contractor.

Brooke Long Deal Or No Deal

An adventurous Southern California girl growing up in Chino Hills, Brooke Long is a born performer who had many talents and rather dangerous interests, ranging from sword fighting to bungee jumping, rock climbing to doing aerial work. This year she has added skydiving. But when not engaging in any of these ho-hum activities, Long loves to model, act, host, dance, and sing.

Long is the host for HD network’s Smashbrain TV and for co-hosting Get Out and has appeared on a variety of television shows including The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, Entourage, Bound for Glory, Showtime Dream, Nikki, The Greg Behrendt Show, and Jimmy Kimmel Life.

Brooke made to the move to the Game Show world, making her debut as Briefcase Model #15 during season two of the NBC Game Show Deal or No Deal, replacing Lanisha Cole, who returned during season three as a substitute model and remained with the show until the show’s cancellation in 2009. In season five, she will be replaced by Madi Teeuws.

In 2007, Long appeared in the film The Comebacks, where she plays one of the fantasy dancers. Long has also been in Orange County, Good Advice, Tomcats, Gigil, and Little Nicky.

Besides acting, Long has graced the pages of magazines like Maxim, FHM, Muscle and Fitness, Teen, YM, M magazine, ESPN and Vegas magazine.

Brooke Long Fpc Greensboro

Former Collegiate basketball player and Coach, I am now an Executive Recruiter, specializing in placing top talent in the Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Medical Device industries.

Specialties: C-Level, Operations Leadership, Quality, Validation, Regulatory Affairs, Engineering, Lean Implementation, plant management, Lean Operations Transformation, Supply Chain Management, Procurement, C-Suite, Quality Assurance, Supplier Quality, and Engineering.

Brooke Long Iowa State

Brooke Long brings HR background to CBE in program assistant position

The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering welcomes Brooke Long as Program Assistant for HR & Data Coordination.

Brooke has a B.A. from Iowa State in speech communication and an M.A. in communication education from the University of Northern Iowa. While studying at UNI and teaching speech in graduate school where she began working in corporate HR for Target and has been working in that field since.

She lives in Ankeny, the community where she was born and raised. She likes running, singing, painting, drawing, and collecting vintage items, and her apartment is decorated in 60s retro items.

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