Courtney focuses on supporting clients with issues of resilience and business continuity in the face of crisis. With over two decades of experience in financial services and consulting, she has helped clients manage continuity of operations through a range of crises, whether related to financial markets, man-made or natural disasters.
At Teneo, Courtney is the President of Teneo Security Risk Advisory, and in addition to managing all aspects of the division, she supports Fortune 500 clients with design and delivery of enterprise security strategy programs, including emergency preparedness and response and crisis communications.
Prior to joining Teneo, Courtney worked for Accenture in the capital markets practice, managing global client account teams. Her project work was primarily in trading and investment banking, specifically managing multi-million dollar projects in operational risk, trading supervision, derivatives trading, middle and back office operations, regulatory reform and organizational design.
Before joining Accenture, Courtney worked for the electronic trading system division of Instinet (INET), formerly known as Island ECN in New York, where she was an account manager for all Island ECN equity trading for US and European based client groups. Before joining Island ECN, Courtney was a market supervisor for fixed income trading at Eurex in Frankfurt, Germany, the electronic trading division of Deutsche Boerse. Prior to Eurex, Courtney was a trade fraud investigator and open-outcry market supervisor for the futures and options markets.
Courtney completed her MBA at Loyola University in International Business and Finance and holds a BA in Economics and German from Miami University of Ohio. She has also completed executive education courses in artificial intelligence and cybersecurity with MIT and Harvard respectively. Courtney is a member of the American Council on Germany and serves as the Vice Chair of the Board of Girls Inc. NYC.