It’s not an overstatement to say Courtney has about the perfect experience for a Project Manager. Since joining Mad*Pow, her skills have taken her into just about every discipline in the organization.
The New England native is in the trenches from the beginning to the end of a project. With unmatched enthusiasm and a skill set to match, she can take on tasks ranging from marketing, to content strategy, to design, and everything in between. Courtney does whatever it takes to fill the gaps and make sure projects surpass client expectations because she fully understands every aspect of the assignment.
Prior to Mad*Pow, Courtney graduated with a B.S. in Marketing Management from Champlain College, then gathered three years of marketing experience. She also has two years in the snow sports industry, handling numerous tradeshows and instituting an event marketing-college outreach program.
When Courtney isn’t scrambling for time to travel beyond the New England border, you can find her on the Seacoast riding horses, taking her dog to the beach, or heading to the mountains (even a backyard for that matter) in search of fun times with friends. Don’t let her fool you though, when it comes to snowboarding, there aren’t many things she enjoys more than waist-deep, bluebird days.
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