Courtney Joline is a driven and enterprising program manager with a global mindset, currently pursuing her Master of Business Administration degree from the prestigious Georgetown University McDonough School of Business. With more than seven years of experience in consulting, entrepreneurship, peace-building, and national security across the United States and the Middle East, she has developed an impeccable reputation for problem-solving business challenges. Possessing a thorough understanding of data analysis and strategic recommendations, Courtney has worked with several organizations to provide insight and support in fundraising, strategic marketing, and developing new channels for improving mission-critical success. Her educational qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in Middle East Studies and Journalism, as well as a Study Abroad certificate in Tunisian History and Arabic.
Courtney has also held several prominent positions in different organizations, including the Director of Policy/Projects at Business Executives for National Security (BENS), Executive Director at The Shafik Gabr Foundation, and Development Coordinator at Search for Common Ground. She has experience in managing events and strategic marketing, board management, scaling innovative programming, and driving impact for both for-profit and non-profit organizations. Consequently, Courtney's diverse background and expertise have enabled her to work effectively in numerous capacities and industries, translate data into actionable insights, and provide a fresh perspective on strategic planning.