Courtney Misener is a professional speaker and writer. A self-proclaimed hope dealer and advocate of emotional wellness, Courtney frequently leaves her audience with tools to help identify and tackle common pitfalls that lead to emotional unrest.
Courtney currently serves as the Director of Programs and Community Engagement at House of Hope, teaching a quarterly curriculum she developed that focuses on three major areas:
addressing childhood patterns and belief systems, taking on hard conversations, and emotional health. She frequently teaches classes and seminars providing opportunities for women to understand they have choices and a voice.
Courtney studied Communications at Middle Tennessee State University and has worked in the nonprofit sector for three years. Prior to her time at House of Hope, Courtney worked as the Client Relations Manager for Premier Advisors, LLC for 4 years. She also currently serves on the board for Power Women’s Network.
Courtney is an Iowan by marriage, transplanted from Tennessee. She is a rock star/Pastor’s wife, serves as the family CFO, and head negotiator for their three very spunky boys. In her spare time, she enjoys rapping, car karaoke, dancing in grocery store isles, and generally doing everything she can to embarrass her kids.