Courtney is a proud Golden Gopher and graduate of the University of Minnesota where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. After college, Courtney took on management positions ranging from a Fortune 500 company to small businesses. Over her 7 years in these roles, she prides herself on the customer service and community experiences she was able to be a part of.
Courtney moved from Minnesota to Chicago, with her husband, Robert, and their dog, Goucher. She loves spending time outdoors, traveling, and competing in her kickball league. As an avid Minnesota sports fan, she finds ways to cheer for her teams from afar by checking out the local Minnesota bars and traveling to nearby games. In addition to her passion for sport, Courtney is a talented baker and decorator—ask her about some of the projects she's worked on!
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