As a Franklin native, I know how fortunate we are to live in such a great county and to enjoy a fine quality of life. That’s no accident. Our city leaders in Franklin, Fairview and Spring Hill have done a dynamic job at making Williamson County one of the best places in the country in which to live, and a top location to visit.
But we now face challenges to ensure we retain our quality of life. As your state representative, I’ll work to ensure:
Our local leaders have autonomy to make the decisions that are best for us, the residents and taxpayers.
We adequately fund infrastructure improvements to help us manage traffic.
Williamson County public schools continue to receive full state funding so our children are prepared for the tech jobs of the future.
The current legislature has forgotten how to listen to our needs and is out of step with our community.
A mom, a veteran, an entrepreneur and a community advocate. I believe in our public schools, investing in smart transit solutions and balanced growth.
Her leadership and operations experience in the Navy led to her career track in technical project management and consulting, specifically in digital marketing. She currently serves as the President of the Nashville American Marketing Association.
As a technology consultant, Courtenay translates “geek speak” for her clients, working closely with teams to ensure digital projects such as websites and network infrastructure align properly with overall marketing and business strategy, timelines and budgets. She is the co-founder and COO of a social enterprise company called Girls to the Moon that focuses on empowering young girls to change the world.
Courtenay is an avid community advocate with deep roots in Williamson County. As the mother of an 8-year-old daughter who attends Moore Elementary, Courtenay is focused on making Williamson County the best place to live not just for her family, but for all families.