Courtney is a Co-Founder of Skillsline, a microlesson platform offering a light-lift solution for organizations to teach the essential durable skills necessary for career success. Structured as a series of scaffolded 10-minute daily lessons, the Skillsline platform breaks these employability skills down into the "what" and "how" that will make young people more effective and intentional in putting them to use in the workplace or classroom. Prior to founding Skillsline, Courtney led market development efforts for Chicago-based nonprofit LEAP Innovations, expanding the reach of its research-backed personalized learning tools to schools across the country. Simultaneously, Courtney led K-12 programming for the ASU+GSV Summit for six years, and founded the Summit's Leading Educator Scholarship Program, enabling the attendance of thousands of innovative school and district leaders. Courtney spent the first decade of her career in advisory services: first in management consulting at Bain & Co. and then in investment banking at Credit Suisse, followed by GSV Advisors. She holds an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and graduated summa cum laude from Southern Methodist University with a BBA in Financial Management and a BA in Anthropology.