Courtney Reeve partners with school and social change leaders to improve education opportunity and access for all children – especially immigrant, refugee, and other underserved populations. With more than two decades of experience spanning the globe, Courtney is adept at working within the local context to address core systemic barriers affecting children and youth.
Most recently, she led a community-based organization providing afterschool and summer programs in the US, collaborating with local schools to bolster student success and well-being. She has also led education initiatives in war-affected countries and directed education programs for recently resettled refugees in the US of all ages (PreK through adult education).
An accomplished nonprofit leader, Courtney has received extensive recognition for her work. She was awarded the ASAE & The Center for Association Leadership’s Emerging Leader Award and received Honorable Mention for the EXCEL Award for Nonprofit Leadership. In addition, Courtney has been named a BoardSource Judith O’Connor Scholar and a Leadership Arlington 40 Under 40 Honoree. She is passionate about supporting leaders to create more and better opportunities for children who need them most.
- Immigrant and refugee populations
- Nonprofit management
- Public & private partnerships
- Strategic program development
- EdM in administration, planning, and social policy and international education policy from Harvard University
- Masters certificate in refugee trauma and global mental health from Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma
- BS in bilingual education and ESL from Boston University