She’d suspected it, but working at a traditional marketing firm confirmed it: Courtney Davidson loves people more than InDesign. Instead of being the graphic designer she thought she wanted to be, she worked directly with clients and found that it gave her the same satisfying rush as her past competitive cheerleading days. She eventually became the marketing director of a nutrition company where she expanded her skills further and, most importantly, discovered that wearing her clothes backwards leads to awkward conversations. These days, she’s vice president of a thriving marketing firm, runs a photography business on the side, and is no stranger to peanut butter power smoothies and scrunchies.
Courtney is married to her college sweetheart, Mike, and they have two boys — Wyatt and Colt. It’s with Colt, who overcomes dyslexia a little more each day, that Courtney’s first book, Colt the Courageous, found its message of hope and compassion.