The Tennessee state budget approved by lawmakers Tuesday night included an additional $1 million in funding this year for voluntary home visiting programs.
We’re Empowering Tennesseans to Be the Voice for Kids
Tennesseans overwhelmingly support investing in our kids, and especially early education.
This is key because research shows the first five years of children’s lives are critically important for their development.
The Tennessee state budget approved by lawmakers last night includes an additional $1 million in funding this year for voluntary home visiting programs.
A Nashville high school student will be among the hundreds of students advocating for Washington D.C. lawmakers to invest in kids.
Courtney is the Tennessee Manager for SCAN. Prior to joining SCAN, she served as the Director of the Victory Campaign Board at the LGBTQ Victory Fund where she worked to elect LGBTQ people to public office across the country. Prior to her work at Victory Fund, Courtney served as the Manager of Affiliate Relations, External Affairs, & Policy at the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce. In this role, Courtney advocated on behalf of LGBTQ-owned businesses and managed relationships with NGLCC’s 45 affiliate chambers.
She received a Master’s in Public Policy and Women’s Studies from The George Washington University and a B.A. in International Relations from Rhodes College in Memphis. Courtney grew up in Middle Tennessee and lives in Nashville.