Courtney has been driving growth and operational efficiency for tech-enabled organizations for 20 years. Over the course of her career, she cultivated a sweet spot at the intersection of business and technology and became the go-to resource for businesses navigating complex and high-stakes transformations. In her role as chief product officer at E4E Relief, she will oversee the growth and development of the technological systems and platforms that are core to both our client and applicant experience. Technology is a powerful tool, and her goal is to ensure our systems provide our clients with both the resources and data they need to experience the full potential of employee relief within their organizations.
Courtney comes to E4E Relief from Jabian Consulting, where she served as the executive director of the firm's Charlotte office. She joined Jabian as the firm's 20th employee and played an integral role in its growth to 150 employees across a national footprint. Prior to her time at Jabian, Courtney was an IBM Tivoli service management sales leader responsible for software sales across the U.S. She also served as a certified IT management consultant with IBM Global Services.
Courtney is active in the Charlotte community and currently chairs the board of E2D (Ending the Digital Divide) and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools Foundation. She is also involved in WE (Women Executives) and SIM (Society for Information Management).
When Courtney was 17, she participated in Outward Bound and spent 23 days sailing and backpacking in Maine. The experience gave her a deep love for nature, and now she thoroughly enjoys camping with her family.
Courtney's superpower is connecting people and ideas, which she puts to use every day to strengthen the communities she serves.
"I've always believed we all have the power to do good. Whatever our individual superpowers are, we can use them to make a difference in the lives of those around us," she says.