Click Here To Listen Nashville Business 100 Leading Women Courtenay Rogers
Courtenay Rogers is a professional marketer with a passion for technology, her community and connecting others. She has a degree in French and Naval Science from the University of Mississippi and served as a naval officer aboard a guided missile destroyer, the USS Grace Hopper, upon graduation. While in the Navy, she earned her Surface Warfare qualification and served as the Undersea Warfare Officer as well as the Public Affairs Officer and Tomahawk Watch Officer during Operation Enduring Freedom.
Courtenay is the Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of Girls to the Moon, a Middle Tennessee-based social enterprise company that launches confident girls through events that build creativity, showcase leadership and inspire possibility. The mission of Girls to the Moon is to guide girls age 10-14 to become their best selves, impact their communities, and create a more inclusive culture.
Her leadership and operations experience in the Navy led to her career track in technical project management and strategic planning, specifically in digital marketing. She is a past president of the Nashville American Marketing Association and a proud alumni of the Leadership Franklin program. In 2016, Courtenay ran an inspiring campaign for the Tennessee State Legislature and hopes to motivate more women to run for office. She also serves as the President of the Leadership Council for Veteran’s PATH, a non-profit that enables returning veterans to rediscover meaning, purpose, and joy in their lives through mindfulness, meditation, and a safe community.
She is the proud mother of Clair, who inspires her to be a better person every day.